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Sonja Lumme

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Sonja Lumme

Sonja Lumme in 2012.

Sonja Lumme (born 6 October 1961 in Kristinestad) is a singer in Finland who represented her country in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985 in which she sang Eläköön elämä. She got 59 points and came 9th place overall. Lumme made further attempts to represent Finland, participating in the 1988 Finnish final and in 1989, she came fifth with "Rakkauden Laulut". Her final attempt was in 1992 with the song "Rakkauden bulevardi" which came third.


  • Pallo hallussa (1984)
  • Maitoa, maitoa (1987)
  • Kanavanvaihtaja (1988)
  • Parhaat (1989)
  • Hyvin menee, naapurit nauraa (1989)
  • Helibori humpsis ja pokasaha soi (1990)
  • Meitin Finland (1991)
  • Bonjour kirvesvartta (1992)
  • Ne halii meitin (1993)
  • Tunti torvisoittoa (1994)
  • Pure lenkki (1995)
  • Parhaat (2000) (osittain samanlainen sisältö kuin vuonna 1989 ilmestyneessä Parhaat-kokoelmassa)
  • Kun Eurojentalolla tanssittiin (2001)
  • Me olemme taas (2003)

External links

Sonja Lumme at the Internet Movie Database

Preceded by
with Hengaillaan
Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Kari Kuivalainen
with Never The End

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