All Kinds of Everything


All Kinds of Everything
All Kinds of Everything
Chanson par Dana
Pays Drapeau d'Irlande Irlande
Sortie 1970
Parolier Derry Lindsay, Jackie Smith
Compositeur Derry Lindsay, Jackie Smith

All Kinds of Everything ("Toutes sortes de choses") est la chanson gagnante du concours Eurovision de la chanson 1970, interprétée par la chanteuse irlandaise Dana. C'est la première victoire de l'Irlande à l'Eurovision.

Elle est intégralement interprétée en anglais, langue nationale, comme l'impose la règle entre 1966 et 1973.

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