It is song 67 in our series of 100 Ralph Siegel songs and only the second one so far of which we were unable to find a Youtube link. The song is called TELEFON by That’s life and it was in the German selection one year. Quite surprising that a song from a Eurovision selection has not been on youtube at all.
Song 66 in your series of 100 Ralph Siegel songs bring us back to a song from the German Eurovision selection. It is FRIEDEN FUR DIE TEDDYBAREN by Christ Garden & Maxi. It was in the 1987 Eurovision selection and the next year, 1988, they won the ticket to go to Eurovision.
After two thirds of the 100 Ralph Siegel songs, we get to song 65 which is again one of his actual Eurovision entry – CRISALIDE by Valentina Monetta which represented San Marino in the 2013 Eurovision song contest. Cole van Dais covered it in Afrikaans.
Song 63 is again a song that represented Germany at Eurovision – 1994 – WIR GEBEN’NE PARTY by Mekado.
Song 62 in our series of 100 Ralph Siegel songs would have been more interesting today after the 2018 Romanian selection last night. This song FRIENDS ARE FRIENDS by Mihai Traistariu and the group VALAHIA were in the Romanian selection in 2003. But Mihai was not selected last night in Romania. The group SIX4ONE who represented Switzerland at the 2006 Eurovision also recorded this song and there is an Afrikaans cover of it by Dewald Louw.
Song number 61 in our series of 100 Ralph Siegel songs bring us back to a song from German group Dschinghis khan – this time it is HADSCHI HALEF OMAR.
We have reached song 60 – it is by Corinna May and a song from the German Eurovision selection in 2000. The song is called I BELIEVE IN GOD, the right song for a Sunday.
We have reached song 59 in our series of 100 songs composed by Ralph Siegel. It is LIEBE FRAGT NICHT NACH MILLIONEN by Daisy Door.
Onto position 58 of the 100 Ralph Siegel songs and we get to PEDRO by PETER ALEXANDER. He had a lot of success with several Ralph songs. This song was covered in South Africa by Ge Korsten as HUIS TOE (Coming home) and it was a huge hit in the times White males in South Africa did army duty at South African boarders and usually after a year they would return home. This song really was special for this group of people.