(Total Score: 6)
All the golden dreams of yesterday\\nAll the fragrance of a bygone May\\nAll the words two hearts in love can say\\nAll you'll ever mean to me, my darling\\n\nAll we've shared throughout the passing years\\nAll the laughter, all the sighs, the tears\\nAll the joy of living, loving and forgiving\\nThese are all to me\\n\nAll the laughter, all the sighs, the tears\\nAll the joy of living, loving and forgiving\\nThese are all to me
The United Kingdom participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 1957. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) organised a national final, the Festival of British Popular Songs, to select the United Kingdom's entry for the contest. The country was represented by Patricia Bredin with the song "All" written by Reynell Wreford and Alan Stranks.
Overall Final Postion: 7
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