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Why Do I Always Get It Wrong? was the United Kingdom entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 in Lausanne performed by the band Live Report. At the final, the song was performed seventh following Belgium and preceding Norway. At the close of voting, it finished in second place with 130 points. No more sad songs for me to sing No more heartaches for you to bring me No more being the hurting kind I am running where you won't find me.
"Long Live Love" (1974). Save Your Kisses For Me" (1976) . "Let Me Be the One" was the United Kingdom's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975, written by Paul Curtis and performed in English by the band The Shadows. The song was performed ninth on the night (following Yugoslavia's Pepel in Kri with "Dan ljubezni" and preceding Malta's Renato with "Singing This Song"). Why Do I Always Get it Wrong?" "Give a Little Love Back to the World". A Message to Your Heart".
Live Report won the right to perform at Lausanne by winning the UK national final, A Song for Europe, where they were the sixth act to perform. At Lausanne, the song was performed seventh on the night, after Belgium's Ingeborg Sergeant with "Door de wind", and before Norway's Britt Synnøve with "Venners nærhet
The album also includes band member Duncan James' debut solo single, "I Believe My Heart". By the indication of the album booklet, a live version of "Lonely This Christmas" from CD:UK was intended to be track seven on the album, however, was removed from the track listing for unknown reasons. Why Do I Always Get It Wrong?" 1990s. Give a Little Love Back to the World".
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|1||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (Single Version)||3:30|
|2||Take A Chance On Me||2:55|
|3||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (Extended Version)||5:55|
NotesThis is the German release in a slimline jewel case. The UK Brouhaha version has a different catalogue number and a differently printed disc and was released in a card sleeve.
The timings of tracks printed on the disc are not correct. Track 1 is 3:55; track 2 is 3:04 and track 3 is 6:07.
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|Cue 7||Live Report||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (7", Single)||Brouhaha Records||Cue 7||UK||1989|
|12 CUE 7||Live Report||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (12")||Brouhaha Records||12 CUE 7||UK||1989|
|612 396||Live Report||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (12")||Ariola||612 396||Europe||1989|
|112 396||Live Report||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (7", Single)||Ariola||112 396||Europe||1989|
|CD CUE 7||Live Report||Why Do I Always Get It Wrong (CD, Maxi)||Brouhaha Records, PRT Distribution||CD CUE 7||UK||1989|
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