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"Lonely Symphony (We Will Be Free)" Single by Frances Ruffelle B-side "Is this a Broken Heart?" Released April 1994 Format CD, 7" Genre Pop Length 4:03 Label Virgin Writer(s) George De Angelis Mark Dean Producer George De Angelis We will be Free (Lonely Symphony) Eurovision Song Contest 1994 entry Country United Kingdom Artist(s) Frances Ruffelle Language English Composer(s) George De Angelis, Mark Dean Lyricist(s) George De Angelis, Mark Dean Conductor Michael Reed Finals performance Final result 10th Final points 63 Appearance chronology ◄ Better the Devil You Know (1993)    Love City Groove (1995) ► "Lonely Symphony (We will be Free)" was the United Kingdom entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 in Dublin, Ireland. The song was written by George De Angelis, Mark Dean and sung by Frances Ruffelle in English. Performing sixth on the night, following Iceland's Sigga singing "Nætur" and preceding Croatia's Tony Cetinski singing "Nek' ti bude ljubav sva", it received 63 points and placed 10th in a field of twenty-five. It got to 24 on the UK Singles Chart. It was succeeded as the UK representative by Love City Groove and their eponymous song. Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Lonely Symphony (We will be Free)"   4:03 2. "Lonely Symphony (We will be Free) (extended [intro] version)"   6:30 3. "Is This a Broken Heart?"   4:05 4. "Is This a Broken Heart? (Damaged mix)"   5:50 This 1990s song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This United Kingdom-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e Preceded by Better the Devil You Know United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 Succeeded by Love City Groove v · d · eSongs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 1. "Rock 'n' Roll Kids" · 2. "To nie ja!" · 3. "Wir geben 'ne Party" · 4. "Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet?" · 5. "More than Love" · 6. "Duett" · 7. "Je suis un vrai garçon" · 8. "Chamar a música" · 9. "Vyechniy stranik" · 10. "We Will Be Free (Lonely Symphony)" · 11. "Ime Anthropos Ki Ego" · 12. "Nætur" · 13. "Stjärnorna" · 14. "To Trehandiri" · 15. "Ostani kraj mene" · 16. "Nek' ti bude ljubav sva" · 17. "Für den Frieden der Welt" · 18. "Ella no es ella" · 19. "Sto pregando" · 19. "Nekonečná pieseň" · 21. "Dincolo de nori" · 22. "Bye Bye Baby" · 23. "Waar is de zon?" · 24. "Nagu merelaine" · 25. "Lopšinė mylimai" (songs arranged by final results) v · d · eEurovision: Your Country Needs You Series Festival Of Popular British Songs (1957) · Eurovision Song Contest British Final (1959-1960) · A Song for Europe (1961-1995) · The Great British Song Contest (1996-1999) · A Song for Europe (2000-2003) · Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up (2004-2007) · Eurovision: Your Decision (2008) · Eurovision: Your Country Needs You (2009-2010) Presenters David Jacobs · Pete Murray · Katie Boyle · Rolf Harris · Cilla Black · Michael Aspel · Cliff Richard · Jimmy Savile · Lulu · Terry Wogan · Dale Winton · Ulrika Jonsson · Katy Hill · Christopher Price · Claire Sweeney · Gaby Roslin · Natasha Kaplinsky · Fearne Cotton · Claudia Winkleman · Graham Norton Judges/panellists Gloria Hunniford · George Martin · Bruce Welch · Mike Batt · Deke Arlon · Gary Davies · Leslie Bricusse · Lulu · Cathy McGowan · Carl Davis · Tim Rice · Richard O'Brien · Jonathan King · Mike Read · Cheryl Baker · Brian Harvey · Ian Dury · Let Loose · Lorraine Kelly · Harry Hill · Carrie Grant · Jonathan Ross · Paddy O'Connell · Natalie Cassidy · Jonathan Ross · Bruno Tonioli · Fearne Cotton · Kelly Osbourne · John Barrowman · Mel Giedroyc · John Barrowman · Carrie Grant · Alesha Dixon · Andrew Lloyd Webber · Arlene Phillips · Diane Warren · Duncan James · Emma Bunton · Lulu · Pete Waterman · Jade Ewen · Bruno Tonioli Winners Patricia Bredin · Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson · Bryan Johnson · The Allisons · Ronnie Carroll · Matt Monro · Kathy Kirby · Kenneth KcKellar · Sandie Shaw · Cliff Richard · Lulu · Mary Hopkin · Clodagh Rodgers · The New Seekers · Olivia Newton-John · The Shadows · Brotherhood of Man · Lynsey de Paul & Mike Moran · Co-Co · Black Lace · Prima Donna · Bucks Fizz · Bardo · Sweet Dreams · Belle and the Devotions · Vikki Watson · Ryder · Rikki · Scott Fitzgerald · Live Report · Emma · Samantha Janus · Michael Ball · Sonia · Frances Ruffelle · Love City Groove · Gina G · Katrina and the Waves · Imaani · Precious · Nicki French · Lindsay · Jessica Garlick · Jemini · James Fox · Javine Hylton · Daz Sampson · Scooch · Andy Abraham · Jade Ewen · Josh Dubovie Songs "All" · "Sing, Little Birdie" · "Looking High, High, High" · "Are You Sure?" · "Ring-a-Ding Girl" · "Say Wonderful Things" · "I Love the Little Things" · "I Belong" · "A Man Without Love" · "Puppet on a String" · "Congratulations · "Boom Bang-a-Bang" · "Knock, Knock Who's There?" · "Jack in the Box · "Beg, Steal or Borrow" · "Power to All Our Friends" · "Long Live Love · "Let Me Be the One" · "Save Your Kisses for Me" · "Rock Bottom" · "The Bad Old Days" · "Mary Ann" · "Love Enough for Two" · "Making Your Mind Up" · "One Step Further" · "I'm Never Giving Up" · "Love Games · "Love Is · "Runner in the Night" · "Only the Light" · "Go" · "Why Do I Always Get it Wrong?" · "Give a Little Love Back to the World · "A Message to Your Heart" · "One Step Out of Time" · "Better the Devil You Know" · "Lonely Symphony" · "Love City Groove" · "Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit" · "Love Shine a Light" · "Where Are You?" · "Say It Again" · "Don't Play That Song Again" · "No Dream Impossible" · "Come Back" · "Cry Baby" · "Hold Onto Our Love" · "Touch My Fire" · "Teenage Life" · "Flying the Flag (For You)" · "Even If" · "It's My Time · "That Sounds Good to Me"