"Amar" ("To love") was the Portuguese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, performed in Portuguese and English by 2B. The song is an up-tempo number, with the duo singing about the great power of love. As Portugal had not qualified for the final in the 2004 Contest, the song was performed in the semi-final. Here, it was performed third, following "Little by Little" by Laura & The Lovers and preceding Moldova's Zdob şi Zdub with "Boonika bate doba". The song was succeeded as Portuguese representative at the 2006 contest by "Coisas de nada", which was performed by Nonstop.

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  • "Amar" ("To love") was the Portuguese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, performed in Portuguese and English by 2B. The song is an up-tempo number, with the duo singing about the great power of love. As Portugal had not qualified for the final in the 2004 Contest, the song was performed in the semi-final. Here, it was performed third, following "Little by Little" by Laura & The Lovers and preceding Moldova's Zdob şi Zdub with "Boonika bate doba". At the close of voting, it had received 51 points, placing 17th and failing to qualify for the final, a result which meant that Portugal would have to compete in the semi-final at their next Contest appearance. The song was succeeded as Portuguese representative at the 2006 contest by "Coisas de nada", which was performed by Nonstop. (en)
  • "Amar" foi a canção que representou Portugal na semi-final do Festival Eurovisão da Canção 2005 que teve lugar em Kiev, Ucrânia em 19 de Maio desse ano. A referida canção foi interpretada em português e em inglês por 2B.Como Portugal não tinha terminado a edição de 2004 dentro do top 10, a canção foi executada na semi-final. Aqui foi a terceira a cantar na noite do festival, depois da canção da Lituânia "Little by Little" e antes da canção da Moldávia "Boonika bate doba". A canção terminou em 17º lugar com 51 pontos, não conseguindo passar para a final. (pt)
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  • Rui Drumond, Luciana Abreu
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  • Ernesto Leite
  • José Da Ponte,
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  • Alexandre Honrado,
  • Ernesto Leite
  • José Da Ponte,
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  • Foi magia
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  • "Amar" foi a canção que representou Portugal na semi-final do Festival Eurovisão da Canção 2005 que teve lugar em Kiev, Ucrânia em 19 de Maio desse ano. A referida canção foi interpretada em português e em inglês por 2B.Como Portugal não tinha terminado a edição de 2004 dentro do top 10, a canção foi executada na semi-final. Aqui foi a terceira a cantar na noite do festival, depois da canção da Lituânia "Little by Little" e antes da canção da Moldávia "Boonika bate doba". A canção terminou em 17º lugar com 51 pontos, não conseguindo passar para a final. (pt)
  • "Amar" ("To love") was the Portuguese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, performed in Portuguese and English by 2B. The song is an up-tempo number, with the duo singing about the great power of love. As Portugal had not qualified for the final in the 2004 Contest, the song was performed in the semi-final. Here, it was performed third, following "Little by Little" by Laura & The Lovers and preceding Moldova's Zdob şi Zdub with "Boonika bate doba". The song was succeeded as Portuguese representative at the 2006 contest by "Coisas de nada", which was performed by Nonstop. (en)
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  • Amar (song) (en)
  • Amar (canção) (pt)
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  • "Amar" (en)
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