Yes it is time for the 6th competition in our series of ten in the run-up to the 2016 Eurovision song contest. Because we are in Sweden and in Stockholm, most of the competitions will center around ABBA, the museum and other Swedish artists.

With the compliments of STERLING MUSIC, two copies can be won of the Afrikaans cover of the 1996 Swedish Eurovision entry, DEN VILDA originally sung by ONE MORE TIME – this trio featured Peter, the son of Benny of Abba and Peter’s wife Nanna and her sister. R O W will hand a copy of it to One more time in Stockholm but two lucky fans can each have a copy of it.

In Afrikaans it is called WIEGELIED (Lullaby).

The question for this is, if you have to sing a lullaby to a baby, which Eurovision song will you pick and why. Once again answers must be placed on this post as comments.

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  1. It’s definitely not a question for me! That song is Hard Rock Halle… oh. Sorry. Wrong one.

    It’s 1995’s Irish entry, Dreamin’ by Eddie Friel. I love that song. And I don’t think that I should explain why I think that it’s a lullaby.

  2. Id pick c’est ma vie from Lithuania. It seems to have the melody of one already, it sounds gorgeous, and it’s in French and English, so it’s educational

  3. As a lullaby… I would go for something like Shine by Sofia Nizharadze of Georgia. Such uplifting lyrics and a beautiful melody would be a gorgeous lullaby.

  4. Eurovision 1991 France – C’est le dernier qui a parlé qui a raison by Amina would be my choice. Its flowing repetitiveness and harmony take you to the clouds to the world of dreams. If you make the baby watch the stage performance with hand movements, even the better.

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