Looking High, High, High
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|"Looking High, High, High"|
|Eurovision Song Contest 1960 entry|
|◄ "Sing, Little Birdie" (1959)|
|"Are You Sure?" (1961) ►|
The song was performed first on the night of the contest, held on 29 March 1960, preceding Sweden's Siw Malmkvist with "Alla andra får varann". The song received 25 points, placing 2nd in a field of 13. That was Britain's highest Eurovision placing until the 1967 Contest.
The song reached #20 on the UK Singles Chart and was succeeded as the UK representative at the 1961 Contest by The Allisons with "Are You Sure?". Another British singer David Hughes also recorded the song around the same time.
"Sing, Little Birdie"
by Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
| United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
"Are You Sure?"
by The Allisons
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