The Dutch Lenny Kuhr ("The troubadour"), the Spanish Salomé (‘Vivo cantando’), the French Frida Boccara ("Un jour, un enfant"), and the British Lulu (Boom bang-a-bang’) scored during the euro song Contest in 1969, all 18 points - something that never happened before. The representative of Eurovision could not be otherwise than all four of the women to the winner cry. To ensure that each and every lady a medal would have, were now only the performers of the winning song a copy, and had the writers the without. And, as the tradition prescribes, if all four of the winners with their song again.
Nowadays, this can no longer happen. If two songs have the same score after the points of the national juries and the televoting, then weigh the points from the audience harder. There Is still a tie, then wins the song, in which more countries points gifts. In other words: the number of 12 countries, one point was given, you will win the song of one country 12 points.
see how the four winning songs from 1969 sounded?Lenny Kuhr - The troubadour’