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The song "Pump-Pump" was the Finnish entry to the 1976 Eurovision Song Contest which took place in the Hague. It was perfomed in English by Fredi & YstĂ¤vĂ¤t (Fredi & Friends). This was his second time at the Eurovision - in 1967 he placed 12th out of 17 with the song "Varjoon - suojaan". "Pump-Pump" did a bit better, placing 11th out of 18 entries. Afterwards, Fredi also recorded the song in Germany with the title "Bump bump (Schon wieder macht mein Herz...)".
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