"Sing Sang Song" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976, performed in German by the Les Humphries Singers. The Les Humphries Singers had had a series of hits Continental Europe and Scandinavia in the early 1970s, most notably "Mexico" (1972) and "Mama Loo" (1973). The group's usual line-ups consisted of 20 performers and up from all over the world. For their performance in Eurovision they were, however, reduced to six singers; two female and four male. "Sing Sang Song" was only a modest commercial success for the Les Humphries Singers, and in late 1976 the group disbanded.

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  • Sing Sang Song fue la canción alemana en el Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión 1976, interpretada en alemán por Les Humphries Singers. La canción fue interpretada tercera en la noche (siguiendo a Peter, Sue & Marc de Suiza con "Djambo Djambo" y antes de Shokolad Menta Mastik de Israel con "Emor Shalom"). Al cierre de la votación obtuvo 12 puntos, ubicándose en 15º lugar de 18. La canción consiste en gran parte del título siendo repetido, sin embargo el resto de la letra es una oración por unidad global - lograda cantando una canción. Fue seguida como representante alemán en el festival del 77 por Silver Convention con "Telegram". (es)
  • "Sing Sang Song" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976, performed in German by the Les Humphries Singers. The Les Humphries Singers had had a series of hits Continental Europe and Scandinavia in the early 1970s, most notably "Mexico" (1972) and "Mama Loo" (1973). The group's usual line-ups consisted of 20 performers and up from all over the world. For their performance in Eurovision they were, however, reduced to six singers; two female and four male. "Sing Sang Song" was composed by Eurovision veteran Ralph Siegel, who had made his debut in the 1974 Contest when he wrote Ireen Sheer's "Bye Bye I Love You", representing Luxembourg, this was, however, his first entry for his native Germany. The song was performed third on the night, following Switzerland's Peter, Sue and Marc with "Djambo, Djambo" and preceding Israel's Chocolate, Menta, Mastik with "Emor Shalom". At the close of voting, it had received 12 points, placing 15th in a field of 18. The song consists largely of the title being repeated. However, the other lyrics are a plea for global unity – to be provided by singing the song. "Sing Sang Song" was only a modest commercial success for the Les Humphries Singers, and in late 1976 the group disbanded. It was succeeded as German representative at the 1977 Contest by Silver Convention with "Telegram". (en)
  • 22x "Sing Sang Song", Canção da Alemanha no Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1976 - 15.º lugar. "Sing Sang Song" foi a canção alemã no Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1976, interpretado em alemão pela banda Les Humphries Singers. A letra tinha letra de Kurt Hertha , música de Ralph Siegel, a orquestração esteve a cargo da própria banda. A canção alemã foi a terceira a ser cantada na noite do evento, a seguir à canção suíça Djambo, Djambo, interpretada pela banda Peter, Sue & Marc e antes da canção israelita Emor Shalom , interpretada pela banda Shokolad Menta Mastik. No final da votação, a canção recebeu um total de 12 pontos, classificando-se num modesto 15.º lugar, entre 18 países concorrentes. A letra da canção é assaz pobre, repetindo muitas vezes o título da canção, o resto da canção faz um apelo à unidade global que é obtida cantando a canção. (pt)
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  • "Sing Sang Song" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976, performed in German by the Les Humphries Singers. The Les Humphries Singers had had a series of hits Continental Europe and Scandinavia in the early 1970s, most notably "Mexico" (1972) and "Mama Loo" (1973). The group's usual line-ups consisted of 20 performers and up from all over the world. For their performance in Eurovision they were, however, reduced to six singers; two female and four male. "Sing Sang Song" was only a modest commercial success for the Les Humphries Singers, and in late 1976 the group disbanded. (en)
  • Sing Sang Song fue la canción alemana en el Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión 1976, interpretada en alemán por Les Humphries Singers. La canción fue interpretada tercera en la noche (siguiendo a Peter, Sue & Marc de Suiza con "Djambo Djambo" y antes de Shokolad Menta Mastik de Israel con "Emor Shalom"). Al cierre de la votación obtuvo 12 puntos, ubicándose en 15º lugar de 18. La canción consiste en gran parte del título siendo repetido, sin embargo el resto de la letra es una oración por unidad global - lograda cantando una canción. (es)
  • 22x "Sing Sang Song", Canção da Alemanha no Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1976 - 15.º lugar. "Sing Sang Song" foi a canção alemã no Festival Eurovisão da Canção 1976, interpretado em alemão pela banda Les Humphries Singers. A letra tinha letra de Kurt Hertha , música de Ralph Siegel, a orquestração esteve a cargo da própria banda. A letra da canção é assaz pobre, repetindo muitas vezes o título da canção, o resto da canção faz um apelo à unidade global que é obtida cantando a canção. (pt)
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