- Is Peter on a songwriting winning-streak?
The Melodifestivalen Second chance round took place last night - and brought us the last two
entries for the Globen Final at Globen. The result was interesting to say the least for this extra semi-round It was played out by the normal duels format, I think it would be good for Melodifestivalen to return to the more
traditional 8 song vote for Second Chance- As each year the results seem to be un-balanced and some real worthy
finalist get knocked out, certainly Timoteij's 'Stormande Hav' should been in the final and Lasse Holm's
superb-schager classic 'Don't let me down' by Lotta Engberg & Christer Sjogren as well as Youngblood's
Fredrik Kempe tune. So Top Cats &
Thorsten Flinck do progress to take a place in the final.
Then that all important running order was desided on the night as well- Danny- gets prime position of song 8-
it will be interesting to note- If Danny's 'Amazing' wins and goes to Baku 2012. Peter Bostrom & Figge Bostrom
will be the
songwriters for both Sweden & Norway- this will be a first at Eurovision for any songwriting duo at least- I believe?
- and just who's table would Peter & Figge sit at in the Eurovision Baku- green room?
If Danny's Amazing is the winner next week.
1. David Lindgren - “Shout It Out” (Fernando Fuentes and Tony Nilsson)
2. Thorsten Flinck & Revolutionsorkestern - “Jag reser mig igen” (I Rise Again) (Thomas G:son and Ted Ström)
3. Dead by April - “Mystery” (Pontus Hjelm)
4. Lisa Miskovsky - “Why Start a Fire?” (Lisa Miskovsky, Aleksander With, Bernt Rune Stray, and Berent Philip Moe)
5. Top Cats - “Baby Doll” (Mårten Eriksson, Lina Eriksson, and Susie Päivärinta-Lili & Susie)6. Loreen - “Euphoria”
(Thomas G:son and Peter Boström)
(Ulrik Munther, Johan Aberg, Linnea Deb, Joy Deb, and David Jackson)
8. Björn Ranelid feat. Sara Li with “Mirakel” (Miracle) (Fredrik Andersson, and Björn Ranelid)
9. Molly Sandén - “Why Am I Crying?” (Molly Sandén, Aleena Gibson, and Windy Wagner)
10. Danny Saucedo - “Amazing” (Danny Saucedo, Peter Boström, and Figge Boström)