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"Marlène" was the Monegasque representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970, performed in French, English and German by French singer Dominique Dussault.The song is a paean to Marlene Dietrich, whom Dussault famously refers to as "a silhouette in Sexyrama" at one point in the lyrics, before comparing her appearance to that of the star and concluding that she will never live up to the standards of her idol.The song was performed tenth on the night, following Spain's Julio Iglesias with "Gwendolyne" and preceding Germany's Katja Ebstein with "Wunder gibt es immer wieder".

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  • Jimmy Walter
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  • "Marlène" was the Monegasque representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970, performed in French, English and German by French singer Dominique Dussault.The song is a paean to Marlene Dietrich, whom Dussault famously refers to as "a silhouette in Sexyrama" at one point in the lyrics, before comparing her appearance to that of the star and concluding that she will never live up to the standards of her idol.The song was performed tenth on the night, following Spain's Julio Iglesias with "Gwendolyne" and preceding Germany's Katja Ebstein with "Wunder gibt es immer wieder".
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  • Marlène
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  • "Marlène" was the Monegasque representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970, performed in French, English and German by French singer Dominique Dussault.The song is a paean to Marlene Dietrich, whom Dussault famously refers to as "a silhouette in Sexyrama" at one point in the lyrics, before comparing her appearance to that of the star and concluding that she will never live up to the standards of her idol.The song was performed tenth on the night, following Spain's Julio Iglesias with "Gwendolyne" and preceding Germany's Katja Ebstein with "Wunder gibt es immer wieder". At the close of voting, it had received 5 points, placing 8th in a field of 12.It was succeeded as Monegasque representative at the 1971 Contest by Séverine with "Un banc, un arbre, une rue".
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  • Eddie Barclay, Jimmy Walter
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  • Monaco
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  • Un banc, un arbre, une rue
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  • Dominique Dussault
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  • Henri Dijan
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