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Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)

 

Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)

"Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)"
Single by Frances Ruffelle
B-side "Is this a Broken Heart?"
Released April 1994
Format CD, 7"
Genre Pop
Length 4:03
Label Virgin
Writer(s) George De Angelis
Mark Dean
Producer(s) George De Angelis
We will be Free (Lonely Symphony)
Eurovision Song Contest 1994 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
George De Angelis, Mark Dean
Lyricist(s)
George De Angelis, Mark Dean
Conductor
Michael Reed
Finals performance
Final result
10th
Final points
63
Appearance chronology
◄ "Better the Devil You Know" (1993)   
"Love City Groove" (1995) ►

"Lonely Symphony (We will be Free)" was the United Kingdom entry at the Frances Ruffelle in English.

Performing sixth on the night, following Iceland's Sigga singing "Nætur" and preceding Croatia's Tony Cetinski singing "Nek' ti bude ljubav sva", it received 63 points and placed 10th in a field of twenty-five.

It got to 24 on the UK Singles Chart.

It was succeeded as the UK representative by Love City Groove and their eponymous song.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Lonely Symphony (We will be Free)"   4:03
2. "Lonely Symphony (We will be Free) (extended [intro] version)"   6:30
3. "Is This a Broken Heart?"   4:05
4. "Is This a Broken Heart? (Damaged mix)"   5:50

Charts

Chart (1994) Peak
position
UK Singles Official Charts Company[1] 25

References

  1. ^ "The UK’s highest charting Eurovision stars revealed!". Retrieved 2015-05-10. 
Preceded by
"Better the Devil You Know"
by Sonia
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
1994
Succeeded by
"Love City Groove"
by Love City Groove


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