The Yugoslav Final was held on March 3rd at the Hotel Kvarner in Opatija, hosted by Oliver Mlakar. Before the final there were 2 semi-finals . The winning song was chosen by the votes of a 40 member jury who gave each song a mark between 1-9.
|2||Voljela je svirati Bacha||She liked to play Bach||Delfini||192||11th|
|3||Poljubi me za sretan put||Kiss me for a bon voyage||Krunoslav Slabinac||238||4th=|
|4||Mala iz III.b||Girl from class III.b||Neda, Dario & Miljenko||232||
|5||Prica o nama||Story about us||Jadranka Stojakovic||212||
|6||Nekoc, nekje||Sometime, somewhere||Majda Sepe||203||
|7||Gori vatra||The fire is burning||Zdravko Colic||287||
|8||Dok te gledam||While I’m watching you||Vlada & Bajka||185||12th|
|9||Ukrast cu te||I’ll steal you||Zafir Hadzimanov||201||10th|
|10||Elegija||Elegija||Hrvoje Hegedusic, Srdjan & Buco||255||
|12||Slisis, skoljka poje ti||Do you hear, a shell is singing to you||Elda Viler||238||4th=|
Zdravko Colic came equal 15th at the ESC. Krunoslav Slabinac represented Yugoslavia in ESC 1971.