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Love Enough For Two

United Kingdom "Love Enough for Two"
Eurovision Song Contest 1980 entry
Country United Kingdom
Artist(s) Kate Robbins, Lance Aston, Sally Ann Triplett, Jane Robbins, Danny Finn and Alan Coates
As Prima Donna
Language English
Composer(s) Stephanie de Sykes, Stuart Slater
Lyricist(s) Stuart Slater, Stephanie de Sykes
Conductor John Coleman
Finals performance
Final result 3rd
Final points 106
Appearance chronology
◄ "Mary Ann" (1979)   
"Making Your Mind Up" (1981) ►

"Love Enough for Two" was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980, performed in English by Prima Donna.

The song is uptempo and about the love between two people.

The song was performed 13th on the night, following Germany's Katja Ebstein with "Theater" and preceding Portugal's José Cid with "Um grande, grande amor". At the close of voting, it had received 106 points, placing 3rd in a field of 19.

It was succeeded as British representative at the 1981 Contest by Bucks Fizz with "Making Your Mind Up".

Preceded by
Mary Ann
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
1980
Succeeded by
Making Your Mind Up

pt:Reino Unido no Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1980

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