Flieger (English translation: "Flyers") was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in German by Italian singer Nino de Angelo. In 1984 de Angelo had had his breakthrough with "Jenseits von Eden"/"La valle del Eden"/"Guardian Angel", a #1 hit in West Germany and Switzerland and a Top 10 in most other parts of Continental Europe and Scandinavia. "Flieger" was composed by Dieter Bohlen, internationally best known as one half of the very successful German Europop duo Modern Talking.

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  • Flieger (English translation: "Flyers") was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in German by Italian singer Nino de Angelo. In 1984 de Angelo had had his breakthrough with "Jenseits von Eden"/"La valle del Eden"/"Guardian Angel", a #1 hit in West Germany and Switzerland and a Top 10 in most other parts of Continental Europe and Scandinavia. "Flieger" was composed by Dieter Bohlen, internationally best known as one half of the very successful German Europop duo Modern Talking. The song was performed twenty-first on the night (following Iceland's Daníel Ágúst with "Það Sem Enginn Ser" and preceding Yugoslavia's Riva with "Rock Me"). At the close of voting, it had received 46 points, placing 14th in a field of 22. The song is a ballad, with de Angelo expressing his desire to return to a past time when he and a lover were together - a period he likens to flying through the sky. De Angelo also recorded the song in English, then entitled "If There's One Thing That's Forever". It was succeeded as German representative at the 1990 Contest by Chris Kempers & Daniel Kovac with "Frei Zu Leben". (en)
  • Flieger (em português "Voadores") foi a canção alemã do Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1989, interpretada em alemão por Nino de Angelo. A canção foi a 21ª a ser apresentada na noite do Festival (depois da Islândia com Daníel Ágúst com "Það sem enginn ser", e antes de Riva da Jugoslávia com "Rock Me"). No final da votação recebeu 46 pontos, ficando em 14ª entre 22 participantes. A canção é uma balada, com Angelo expressando sua vontade de voltar ao passado e ficar junto de sua amante – um período que ele gostaria "de voar até o céu". A canção que a sucedeu como representante alemã no no Festival de 90 foi "Frei zu leben", interpretada por Chris Kempers e Daniel Kovac. (pt)
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  • Flieger (English translation: "Flyers") was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in German by Italian singer Nino de Angelo. In 1984 de Angelo had had his breakthrough with "Jenseits von Eden"/"La valle del Eden"/"Guardian Angel", a #1 hit in West Germany and Switzerland and a Top 10 in most other parts of Continental Europe and Scandinavia. "Flieger" was composed by Dieter Bohlen, internationally best known as one half of the very successful German Europop duo Modern Talking. (en)
  • Flieger (em português "Voadores") foi a canção alemã do Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1989, interpretada em alemão por Nino de Angelo. A canção foi a 21ª a ser apresentada na noite do Festival (depois da Islândia com Daníel Ágúst com "Það sem enginn ser", e antes de Riva da Jugoslávia com "Rock Me"). No final da votação recebeu 46 pontos, ficando em 14ª entre 22 participantes. A canção é uma balada, com Angelo expressando sua vontade de voltar ao passado e ficar junto de sua amante – um período que ele gostaria "de voar até o céu". (pt)
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