Maggie MacNeal Amsterdam
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Draw Position 15, Final Position 5, Points (Final) 93

"Amsterdam" was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980, performed in Dutch by Maggie MacNeal. This was MacNeal's second participation in the Contest; in 1974 she had finished 3rd with "I See a Star" as one half of the duo Mouth & MacNeal.

The song is in praise of the Dutch capital, with MacNeal singing that it is one of the great cities of the world, due in no small part to the atmosphere it creates due to its age. The uncharacteristically patriotic tilt of the lyrics can be explained by the fact that the Contest that year took place in The Hague.

MacNeal recorded the song in four languages; Dutch, English, German and French - all versions with the same title, except the German "Amsterdam, Amsterdam, nur da bin ich zuhaus".

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