I Love the Little Things
Place: 2 (Total Score: 17)


The United Kingdom held a national selection to choose the song that would go to the Eurovision Song Contest 1964. It was held on 7 February 1964 and presented by David Jacobs. Matt Monro was chosen to sing the entry and juries made up of members of the public in sixteen UK cities selected I Love the Little Things for him to sing at the Eurovision final, where it placed 2nd in the contest. Monro released all six songs from the UK final on an Extended Play maxi single A Song for Europe, which reached number 16 in the EP top 20 chart. He subsequently released the winning song on single, with the runner up on the B-Side, but this single failed to reach the official UK singles chart.

Overall Final Postion: 2

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