The Finnish Final was held on February 3rd at the Finlandia-Talo in Helsinki, hosted by Apeli Halinen. The winner was chosen by an “expert” jury.
|1||One, two, three||One, two, three||Paradise||65||
|2||Onnen maa||Land of luck||Jukka Kuoppamäki & Castanja||51||
|3||Ampukaa pianisti||Shoot the pianist||Maarit||51||
|4||Song for a dove||Song for a dove||Irina Milan||53||
|5||Noustaan perhosilla lentämään||Let’s fly with butterflies||Cumulus||48||
|6||Galileo Galilei||Galileo Galilei||Danny||52||
|7||Odotan||I wait||Aarno Raninen||39||11th=|
|8||Tom tom tom||Tom tom tom||Marion Rung||69||
|9||Riviera||Riviera||Sammy Babitzin & Koivistolaiset||47||
|11||Life is a jigsaw||Life is a jigsaw||Maarit||58||
|12||Hän on mennyt vuorten taa||She has gone over the mountains||Lasse Mårtenson & Cay Karlsson||49||
Marion Rung previously represented Finland in ESC 1962. She also came 7th and 8th in the 1967 Finnish Final & 6th in 1969. At the ESC she was 6th. Koivistolaiset represented Finland in ESC 1971 along with Markku Aro, while Lasse Mårtenson represented Finland in ESC 1964.