All (lost studio recording; 1957)
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All, a song sung by British singer Patricia Bredin, was the Eurovision Song Contest 1957 UK's entry. It was the very first English song and the UK's very first song competing in Eurovision. It was ballad and was the shortest entry in the contest's history, until Finland's entry in 2015, with a length of only 1:52 minutes. The song performed 3rd on the night and song placed 7th out of 10th. Because of this, the UK did not enter the contest the next year but entered the following year.
The only known evidence of this song is the footage from the 1957 Contest, however, there is no known studio recording of the song to this day. It is not known if any studio recording existed as there is limited information about this song on the internet.