"Ey Sham" (Hebrew script: אי שם, English translation: Somewhere) is a song by Israeli singer Ilanit, written in Hebrew by Ehud Manor and composed by Nurit Hirsh. The song represented Israel at the 1973 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, as the country's debut entry in the contest.

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  • "Ey Sham" (Hebrew script: אי שם, English translation: Somewhere) is a song by Israeli singer Ilanit, written in Hebrew by Ehud Manor and composed by Nurit Hirsh. The song represented Israel at the 1973 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, as the country's debut entry in the contest. (en)
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  • "Ey Sham" (Hebrew script: אי שם, English translation: Somewhere) is a song by Israeli singer Ilanit, written in Hebrew by Ehud Manor and composed by Nurit Hirsh. The song represented Israel at the 1973 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, as the country's debut entry in the contest. (en)
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