Bosnia & Herzegovina: 15 songs announced

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PBS BiH, the national broadcaster of Bosnia & Herzegovina tonight announced the 15 songs that have been selected for their national Eurovision Song Contest selections. The songs, to be performed by singers from Bosnia & Herzegovina, will compete in the national final of BH Eurosong 2005 on 6th March.

87 songs had been submitted for BH Eurosong 2005. PBS BiH allowed foreign composers and many of them have been selected. These are the 15 songs to compete in BH Eurosong 2005:

1. In this world
Music: Marc Paelinck | Lyrics: Dirk Paelinck
2. You're gonna get what you deserve
Music: Robin Rex, Anders Nyman, Jan Garthe & Maurizio Sorroni | Lyrics: Jovan Radomir & Robin Rex
3. Groznica me trese zbog tebe
Music: Haris Dedić | Lyrics: Sanela & Haris Dedić
4. Bas me briga sto ce mama reci
Music & lyrics: Narcis Vučina
5. Everything she'll do
Music & lyrics: Narcis Had�ismajlović
6. Carolija
Music & lyrics: Edu & Adi Mulahalilović
7. Sto ti jos treba
Music: Marko Tomasović | Lyrics: Emilija Kokić
8. C'mon boy
Music & lyrics: Aleksandra Kovač
9. Sometimes I wish I were a child again
Music: Serge Bonheur | Lyrics: Gunter Johanson
10. Zovi
Music & lyrics: Andrej Babić
11. Ruzice rumena
Music: Ines Prajo | Lyrics: Arjana Kun�tek
12. Jabuka
Music & lyrics: Igor Vukojević
13. U ocima
Music & lyrics: Melisa Salihović-Ibrahimbegović
14. Ruza bez trna
Music & lyrics: Aleksandra Milutinović
15. No more
Music & lyrics: Đorđe Striček Vukasović

� (1) Marc and Dirk Paelinck wrote the last two Flemish Belgian Eurovision Song Contest entries: Sister in 2002 and 1 Life in 2004.
� (2) Jovan Radomir announced last year's Swedish votes and originally comes from Bosnia & Herzegovina.
� (6) Edu & Adi Mulahalilović wrote the 1994 entry for Bosnia & Herzegovina: Ostani kraj mene, performed by Alma & Dejan.
� (7) Emilija Kokić was the lead singer of Riva, the winners of the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Rock me.
� (8) Aleksandra Kovač is the daughter of Kornelije Kovač, leadsinger of Korni, the group that finished 12th for Yugoslavia at the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Generacija 42 which he wrote himself. Together with her sister Kristina, Aleksandra saw for the backing vocals of Baby Doll in 1991.
� (10) Andrej Babić earlier wrote Vi�e nisam tvoja, Claudia Beni's Eurovision Song Contest entry for Croatia in 2003.
� (11) Ines Prajo and Arjana Kun�tek were responsible for Ne brini, performed by Mija Martina for Bosnia & Herzegovina in 2003.

The final of BH Eurosong 2005 will take place on 6th March 2005. 50% jury and 50% televoting will be used to select the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest representative for Bosnia & Herzegovina.

More information on BH Eurosong 2005 can be found on the following website: BH Eurosong 2005.

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