Anna Vissi Mono I Agapi
"Mono I Agapi" (Greek script: Μόνο η αγάπη, English translation: "Only love") was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982, performed in Greek by Anna Vissi. This was Vissi's second Eurovision entry; in 1980 she had represented Greece in The Hague with the song "Autostop", (sung together with the group Epikouri which also featured her sister Lia Vissi), and had then finished 13th.
"Mono I Agapi" is a ballad, with Vissi singing that only love survives the various problems of life. The English language version of the song was entitled "Love is a Lonely Weekend".
The song was translated to Hebrew and sung by Israeli singer Ilana Avital as "Lama Atzuv Li" ("Why am I sad").
Considered one of the best video clips CyBC ever sent to Eurovision, Anna Vissi is singing in various places across Cyprus. At a garden probably in Limassol, at Troodos "dressed" completely in white, at a medieval bridge and most notably at the Petra Tou Romiou area in Paphos where the video clip begins and ends.