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A Song for Europe

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Kathy Kirby sings A Song for Europe
Six songs written by six leading songwriters. The winning song to be sung by Kathy Kirby at the Eurovision Song Contest in Naples on March 20.
Which one? The choice is yours.

Songs:
One Day
by Chris Andrews.

Sometimes
by Leslie Bricusse.

I Won't Let You Go
by Tony Hatch.

I'll Try Not to Cry
by Les Reed.

My Only Love
by Tom Springfield.

I Belong
by Peter Lee Stirling.

Introduced by David Jacobs.

See page 51

Contributors

Singer: Kathy Kirby
Songwriter (One Day): Chris Andrews
Songwriter (Sometimes): Leslie Bricusse
Songwriter (I Won't Let You Go): Tony Hatch
Songwriter (I'll Try Not to Cry): Les Reed
Songwriter (My Only Love): Tom Springfield
Songwriter (I Belong): Peter Lee Stirling
Presenter: David Jacobs
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
[Orchestra] leader: David McCallum
Musical arrangements: Ivor Raymond
Costumes: Michael Endacott
Make-up supervised by: Gillian James
Designer: Leo Austin
Producer: Ernest Maxin

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