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"Draumur um Nínu" (English translation: "The dream about Nina", sometimes known as "Nína") was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Icelandic by Eyjólfur Kristjánsson and Stefán Hilmarsson under the name "Stefán & Eyfi". Although the song did not fare too well in the contest it has remained one of Iceland's most popular songs of all time, still receiving regular airplay.

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  • "Draumur um Nínu" (English translation: "The dream about Nina", sometimes known as "Nína") was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Icelandic by Eyjólfur Kristjánsson and Stefán Hilmarsson under the name "Stefán & Eyfi". Although the song did not fare too well in the contest it has remained one of Iceland's most popular songs of all time, still receiving regular airplay.
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  • "Draumur um Nínu" (English translation: "The dream about Nina", sometimes known as "Nína") was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Icelandic by Eyjólfur Kristjánsson and Stefán Hilmarsson under the name "Stefán & Eyfi". Although the song did not fare too well in the contest it has remained one of Iceland's most popular songs of all time, still receiving regular airplay. An indication of the song's enduring popularity is that when it is played in Reykjavik bars and nightclubs the patrons usually join in.The song, with its catchy piano intro, is a ballad, with the singers expressing their love for the titular Nina. It appears that she can never be with them, however the reason for this is never explained. In 2002, Eyjólfur and Stefán performed the song at a concert in the Reykjavík City Theatre. The concert was recorded and the recordings were released on a CD.At the contest, it was performed second on the night (following Yugoslavia's Bebi Dol with Brazil and preceding Malta's Georgina and Paul Giordimana with Could It Be). At the close of voting, it had received 26 points, placing 15th in a field of 22.It was succeeded as Icelandic representative at the 1992 Contest by Heart 2 Heart with Nei eða já.
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