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Sten Torgny Söderberg (born 26 November 1944 in Varberg, Sweden) is a Swedish songwriter.[1] He has worked a lot together with Lena Philipsson and written schlager songs such as "100%", "Kärleken är evig" and "Diggi-loo diggi-ley".[2] "Diggi-loo diggi-ley" won the Swedish Melodifestivalen 1984 and even the Eurovision Song Contest 1984. References[edit]

^ "Torgny Söderberg" (in Swedish). Swedish Film Institute. Retrieved 21 June 2010.  ^ Torgny Söderberg: Man måste tro på musikens kraft Archived 2011-07-19 at the Wayback Machine., STIM
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List of Eurovision Song Contest winners

Winning countries

1950s

Switzerland Netherlands France Netherlands

1960s

France Luxembourg France Denmark Italy Luxembourg Austria United Kingdom Spain France Netherlands Spain United Kingdom

1970s

Ireland Monaco Luxembourg Luxembourg Sweden Netherlands United Kingdom France Israel Israel

1980s

Ireland United Kingdom Germany Luxembourg Sweden Norway Belgium Ireland Switzerland Yugoslavia

1990s

Italy Sweden Ireland Ireland Ireland Norway Ireland United Kingdom Israel Sweden

2000s

Denmark Estonia Latvia Turkey Ukraine Greece Finland Serbia Russia Norway

2010s

Germany Azerbaijan Sweden Denmark Austria Sweden Ukraine Portugal

Winning performers

1950s

Lys Assia Corry Brokken André Claveau Teddy Scholten

1960s

Jacqueline Boyer Jean-Claude Pascal Isabelle Aubret Grethe and Jørgen Ingmann Gigliola Cinquetti France Gall Udo Jürgens Sandie Shaw Massiel Frida Boccara Lenny Kuhr Lulu Salomé

1970s

Dana Séverine Vicky Leandros Anne-Marie David ABBA Teach-In Brotherhood of Man Marie Myriam Izhar Cohen / Alphabeta Gali Atari
Gali Atari
/ Milk and Honey

1980s

Johnny Logan Bucks Fizz Nicole Corinne Hermès Herreys Bobbysocks! Sandra Kim Johnny Logan Celine Dion Riva

1990s

Toto Cutugno Carola Linda Martin Niamh Kavanagh Paul Harrington / Charlie McGettigan Secret Garden Eimear Quinn Katrina and the Waves Dana International Charlotte Nilsson

2000s

Olsen Brothers Tanel Padar
Tanel Padar
/ Dave Benton
Dave Benton
/ 2XL Marie N. Sertab Erener Ruslana Helena Paparizou Lordi Marija Šerifović Dima Bilan Alexander Rybak

2010s

Lena Ell & Nikki Loreen Emmelie de Forest Conchita Wurst Måns Zelmerlöw Jamala Salvador Sobral

Winning songs

1950s

"Refrain" "Net als toen" "Dors, mon amour" "'n Beetje"

1960s

"Tom Pillibi" "Nous les amoureux" "Un premier amour" "Dansevise" "Non ho l'età" "Poupée de cire, poupée de son" "Merci, Chérie" "Puppet on a String" "La, la, la" "Boom Bang-a-Bang" "Un jour, un enfant" "De troubadour" "Vivo cantando"

1970s

"All Kinds of Everything" "Un banc, un arbre, une rue" "Après toi" "Tu te reconnaîtras" "Waterloo" "Ding-a-dong" "Save Your Kisses for Me" "L'oiseau et l'enfant" "A-Ba-Ni-Bi" "Hallelujah"

1980s

"What's Another Year" "Making Your Mind Up" "Ein bißchen Frieden" "Si la vie est cadeau" "Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley" "La det swinge" "J'aime la vie" "Hold Me Now" "Ne partez pas sans moi" "Rock Me"

1990s

"Insieme: 1992" "Fångad av en stormvind" "Why Me?" "In Your Eyes" "Rock 'n' Roll Kids" "Nocturne" "The Voice" "Love Shine a Light" "Diva" "Take Me to Your Heaven"

2000s

"Fly on the Wings of Love" "Everybody" "I Wanna" "Everyway That I Can" "Wild Dances" "My Number One" "Hard Rock Hallelujah" "Molitva" "Believe" "Fairytale"

2010s

"Satellite" "Running Scared" "Euphoria" "Only Teardrops" "Rise Like a Phoenix" "Heroes" "1944" "Amar pelos dois"

Winning songwriters

1950s

Géo Voumard / Émile Gardaz Guus Jansen / Willy van Hemert Hubert Giraud / Pierre Delanoë Dick Schallies / Willy van Hemert

1960s

André Popp / Pierre Cour Jacques Datin / Maurice Vidalin Claude-Henri Vic / Roland Valande Otto Francker / Sejr Volmer-Sørensen Nicola Salerno
Nicola Salerno
/ Mario Panzeri Serge Gainsbourg Udo Jürgens
Udo Jürgens
/ Udo Jürgens, Thomas Hörbiger Bill Martin, Phil Coulter Manuel de la Calva, Ramón Arcusa David Hartsema / Lenny Kuhr Alan Moorhouse / Peter Warne María José de Cerato / Aniano Alcalde Émile Stern / Eddy Marnay

1970s

Derry Lindsay, Jackie Smith Jean-Pierre Bourtayre / Yves Dessca Mario Panas, Klaus Munro / Yves Dessca, Klaus Munro Claude Morgan / Vline Buggy Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, Stig Anderson Dick Bakker
Dick Bakker
/ Will Luikinga, Eddy Ouwens Tony Hiller, Lee Sheriden, Martin Lee Jean-Paul Cara / Joe Gracy Nurit Hirsh
Nurit Hirsh
/ Ehud Manor Kobi Oshrat / Shimrit Orr

1980s

Shay Healy Andy Hill, John Danter Ralph Siegel
Ralph Siegel
/ Bernd Meinunger Jean-Pierre Millers / Alain Garcia Torgny Söderberg / Britt Lindeborg Rolf Løvland Jean Paul Furnémon, Angelo Crisci / Rosario Marino Atria Johnny Logan Nella Martinetti, Atilla Şereftuğ Rajko Dujmić / Stevo Cvikić

1990s

Toto Cutugno Stephan Berg Johnny Logan Jimmy Walsh Brendan Graham Rolf Løvland / Petter Skavland Brendan Graham Kimberley Rew Svika Pick
Svika Pick
/ Yoav Ginai Lars Diedricson / Marcos Ubeda

2000s

Jørgen Olsen Ivar Must / Maian-Anna Kärmas Marija Naumova
Marija Naumova
/ Marija Naumova, Marats Samauskis Demir Demirkan, Sertab Erener
Sertab Erener
/ Demir Demirkan Ruslana
Ruslana
Lyzhychko / Ruslana
Ruslana
Lyzhychko, Alexandr Ksenofontov Christos Dantis
Christos Dantis
/ Christos Dantis, Natalia Germanou Mr Lordi Vladimir Graić / Saša Milošević Mare Dima Bilan, Jim Beanz Alexander Rybak

2010s

Julie Frost, John Gordon (da) Stefan Örn, Sandra Bjurman, Iain James Farquharson Thomas G:son, Peter Boström Lise Cabble, Julia Fabrin Jakobsen, Thomas Stengaard Charlie Mason, Joey Patulka, Ali Zuckwoski, Julian Maas Anton Hård af Segerstad, Joy Deb, Linnea Deb Jamala, Art Antonyan Luísa Sobral

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