Melodifestivalen 1967


Melodifestivalen 1967
Melodifestivalen 1967
Date: 24 February 1967
Presenter: Maud Husberg
Venue: Cirkus, Stockholm
Voting: Regional juries
Winner: Som en dröm performed by Östen Warnebring
Winner's result at Eurovision: Eighth place

Melodifestivalen 1967 was the selection for the ninth song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the eighth time that this system of picking a song had been used. Approximately 1800 songs were submitted to SVT for the competition. The final was broadcast on Sveriges Radio TV but was not broadcast on radio.

Results

Place Artist Song Songwriters Points
1st Östen Warnebring Som en dröm Curt Peterson, Marcus Österdahl, Patrice Hellberg 24
2nd Östen Warnebring En valsfan Gunnar Svensson, Hans Alfredsson, Tage Danielsson 20
3rd Roffe Berg Ren vals Charlie Norman, Björn Lindroth 14
3rd Towa Carson Alla har glömt Peter Himmelstrand 14
5th Towa Carson Vem frågar vinden Inger Berggren 11
6th Sten Nilsson Svart-Olas polska Åke Hallgren 8
7th Ann-Louise Hanson Christina dansar Åke Hallgren 4
8th Marianne Kock Men vore du endast en visa Lennart Sjöberg, Carl-Olof Bergström 3
9th Svante Thuresson Förlåt min vän Johnny Carlsson 2
10th Ann-Louise Hanson Sjungas till sömns Mats Berthold, May-Brith Matson 0

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