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My Top Five European Songs Of The 1960s

Updated on February 19, 2012

There are so many European songs of this decade that I love and I hope that you will too, which is why I have posted these five as they are my favourites.

I hope that you enjoy them as much as I do :)

At Number One - Suzie - The World Is Lonely Without You - Singing The Dutch Version

At Number Two - Heintje Simons - Mama -The German Version

At Number Three - Gitte Haenning - Come Back- German Version

At Number Four - Petula Clarke - I Will Follow Him - Italian Version

At Number Five - Petula Clarke - Ya Ya Twist

Which One Is Your Favourite

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I hope that you have enjoyed listening to these as they my five favourite songs, I love them all but I would like to know your thoughts so please take the vote and let me know in the comments box :)

All The Best :)

Calpol25

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      Shasta Matova 5 years ago from USA

      I hadn't heard of these songs, except Petula Clark's so I enjoyed this hub. You may want to tell us what you liked about them or why you think they are the top 5.

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      Callum 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Hi Millionaire - I am glad that you enjoyed them - to me they are the top five mainly because they carry alot of emotion in the words and also in the music. Sometimes when a song is sang in another language it can sound perfect like these do but when we try to translate the song into english and sing that version it will sound terrible... Which is why these are my favourite because they are multi lingual songs that sound wonderful in any language :)

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      Poohgranma 5 years ago from On the edge

      Music is such a global language! There are some things that translate emotion so well that it doesnt matter whether you understand the language or not. I enjoyed these immensely!

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      Callum 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      I knew you would, you see I believe that if you dont understand a language, by listening to music it translates as emotion and therefore you will understand the story behind them :) I am glad that you liked the Poohgranma :)

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      Julianna 5 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

      Petula Clark! Wow what an amazing list Callum! Thanks ! :)

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      Callum 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Thanks AE Petula is one of my favourites too :)

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