|"Till en fågel"|
|Song by Sanna Nielsen|
|from the album Silvertoner|
"Till en fågel" is a song written by Bert Månson, and released in 1996 by Sanna Nielsen, during the year she would later turn 12 years old.
The single peaked at the 46th position at the Swedish singles chart. The song charted at Svensktoppen for 27 weeks between 18 May-2 October 1996, and also topped the chart.
"Invincible" is the name of the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest entry from Sweden, sung by Carola Häggkvist. Being one of the favourites to win, it ended up finishing 5th out of 24.
Kommer tid, kommer vår is a song with music by Jon van der Bring and lyrics Fredrik Möller. The song is intended to be sung as a vocal duet.
Hela världen för mig is a song written by Thomas G:son, and performed by Sanna Nielsen at the Melodifestivalen 2003. The song participated at the semifinal in Gothenburg on 22 February 2003, and was directly sent to the finals in the Stockholm Globe Arena on 15 March 2003. Once there, the song ended up 5th.
"Vågar du, vågar jag" is a song written by Bobby Ljunggren, Fredrik Kempe and Henrik Wikström, and performed by Sanna Nielsen at Melodifestivalen 2007. The song participated at the semifinals in the town of Gävle on 24 February 2007, and reached the finals via Andra chansen in Nyköping on 3 March 2007. In the finale held in Stockholm Globe Arena, the song ended up in seventh place. On 5 March 2007 the song was released as a single, which peaked at number 10 on the Swedish singles chart.
"You're My World" is a song written by Emilia Rydberg and Figge Boström, and performed by Emilia Rydberg at Melodifestivalen 2009. The song participated at the semifinal in Scandinavium in the town of Gothenburg on 7 February 2009, reaching the finals where the song ended up 9th.
"A Little Bit of Love" is a song written by Andreas Johnson and Peter Kvint, and performed by Andreas Johnson at Melodifestivalen 2007. The song participated in the semifinale in Gävle on 24 February 2007, heading directly to the finals inside the Stockholm Globe Arena on 10 March 2007, finishing second. On 5 March 2007 the single was released. The single peaked at third position at the Swedish singles chart, and became a major radio hit both at Sveriges Radio and the commercial stadions.
"I går, i dag" is a song written by Bert Månson, and performed by Sanna Nielsen at Melodifestivalen 2001, where it ended up third. In 2001, the song was also released as a single, peaking at #32 at the Swedish singles chat. The song also charted at Svensktoppen for 14 weeks between the period of 24 March-23 June 2001 before leaving the chart. peaking at second position. Using the Svensktoppen calculation system, the song became 9th most successful Svensktoppen song of 2001.
"Du och jag mot världen" is a song written by Bobby Ljunggren, Fredrik Kempe and Henrik Wikström, and performed as a vocal duet by Fredrik Kempe and Sanna Nielsen at Melodifestivalen 2005. The song participated in the semifinal in Linköping on 19 February 2005, heading directly to the final inside the Stockholm Globe Arena on 12 March 2005, ending up 8th.
När vi gräver guld i USA also known with its English language title "When We Dig for Gold in the USA" was a song which was used as fight song for the Swedish national team during the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States, where Sweden ended up third. During the Grammis Awards for 1994, it won the category "Song of the year 1994".
Bo Diddley is a song written by Lasse Holm and Gert Lengstrand, and performed by Arvingarna at Melodifestivalen 1995, who ended up placing sixth in the competition.
Tre gringos is a song originally recorded by Just D on 1995 album "Plast". Originally, the song had a doo-wop arrangement.
"Hallå hela pressen" is a song written by Mia Kempff, Ackie Kempff and Strix Q, and performed by Chattanooga at Melodifestivalen 1982, ending up 4th.
"En del av mitt hjärta" is a song written by Tomas Ledin, and recorded by himself on 1990 album Tillfälligheternas spel. The song won a Grammis award in the "Song of the year 1990" category.
"Pärlor åt svin" is a song written and composed by Magnus Uggla and Anders Henriksson. It was recorded by Magnus Uggla and released as a single in 2007, topping the Swedish singles chart. The song also appeared on Uggla's 2007 studio album, Pärlor åt svinen.
"Baby Boom" is a song written by Magnus Uggla and Anders Henriksson, and recorded by Uggla on his album 35-åringen, released in 1989. The song's lyrics describe baby booming during the late 1980s economic boom in Sweden. The single peaked at number 15 on the Swedish singles chart. The song also charted at Trackslistan, where it stayed for five weeks between 2 December 1989 – 6 January 1990, peaking at 12th position. It also charted for 14 weeks at Svensktoppen, from late 1989 up to 1 April 1990.
"In med bollen" is a song written by Stefan Enberg, Markoolio, Daniel Bäckström and Hans Schumacher, and recorded by Markoolio in 2004, acting as the official fight song for the Swedish men's national team during the UEFA Euro 2004 in Portugal. Tommy Söderberg contributed with vocals in the song and Shirley Clamp featured as a choir girl.
"Joey Killer" is a song written and recorded by Magnus Uggla for his 1986 studio album Den döende dandyn.
"Det svär jag på" is a song written by Lena Philipsson and Torgny Söderberg, and performed by Arvingarna at Melodifestivalen 1999, where it ended up third. It was also released as a single. The song was originally thought to have been performed by Lena Philipsson herself.
"True Believer" is a song written by E-Type and Savan Kotecha, and recorded by E-Type on the album Eurotopia. It was originally played over radio on 11 May 2007 at the RIX Morronzoo programme. As a newcomer it directly entered 5th position at Trackslistan at Sveriges Radio P3. On 24 May 2007 it entered the first position at the Swedish singles chart, a position it held for one week. In Finland, it peaked at No. 3 in the Finnish singles chart
This is the discography of Swedish pop singer Lotta Engberg.