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"Can't Wait Until Tonight" Eurovision Song Contest 2004 entry Country Germany Artist(s) Max Language English Composer(s) Udo Schild Lyricist(s) Udo Schild Finals performance Final result 8th Final points 93 Appearance chronology ◄ Let's Get Happy (2003)    Run & Hide (2005) ► "Can't Wait Until Tonight" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Max. The song was written and composed by Udo Schild, known also as Leon Delray, the comedian and entertainer Stefan Raab, who previously had written both Guildo Horn's 1998 entry "Guildo hat euch lieb!" and his own "Wadde hadde dudde da?" in 2000 . Despite Germany having finished 11th at the 2003 Contest and thus missing the automatic qualification that a top-ten berth would bring, the song was pre-qualified for the final as Germany (along with France, Spain and the United Kingdom) are part of the "Big Four" and guaranteed entry at any Contest. Thus, it was performed eighth on the night (following the Netherlands' Re-Union with "Without You" and preceding Albania's Anjeza Shahini with "The Image of You"). At the close of voting, it had received 93 points, placing 8th in a field of 24. Until the 2009 Contest, it was the last top 10 finish for a "Big Four" country. The song is a ballad, with Max singing about his desire for his lover and telling her that he "can't wait until tonight/for being with you". He goes on to tell her about how he felt the first time he saw her and how much he wants to prove his love. The song was a jazz number, which U.K. commentator Terry Wogan likened to the music of the recent jazz phenomenon, Jamie Cullum. Max appeared dressed casually in a black jumper and trousers. The performance was relatively subdued, however Max performed one chorus in Turkish, which was greeted with considerable applause by the crowd - the Contest being held that year in Istanbul. In an interview after the performance, writer Stefan Raab jokingly told Sertab Erener that he had written the song specifically for her. Max was accompanied by Raab (on the acoutic guitar) and some members of the Heavytones (the band from TV Total) during his gig. It was succeeded as German representative at the 2005 Contest by Gracia with "Run & Hide". Charts Chart (2004) Peak position Austrian Singles Chart[1] 2 Belgian Singles Chart[2] 11 German Singles Chart[3] 1 Swiss Singles Chart[4] 4 References ^ Max - Can't Wait Until Tonight Accessed 3 May 2010. (German) ^ Max - Can't Wait Until Tonight Accessed 3 May 2010. ^ Media Control. Week of 22 March 2004 Accessed 3 May 2010. (German) ^ Max - Can't Wait Until Tonight Accessed 3 May 2010. References and external links Schild Official Eurovision Song Contest site, history by year Detailed info & lyrics, Diggiloo Thrush This Germany-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This 2000s song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e v · d · eSongs of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 Final (by final results) 1. "Wild Dances" · 2. "Lane moje" · 3. "Shake It" · 4. "For Real" · 5. "It Hurts" · 5. "Stronger Every Minute" · 7. "The Image of You" · 8. "Can't Wait Until Tonight" · 9. "In the Disco" · 10. "Para llenarme de ti" · 11. "Believe Me" · 12. "On Again... Off Again" · 12. "You Are The Only One" · 14. "Life" · 15. "À chaque pas" · 16. "Hold On to Our Love" · 17. "Love Song" · 18. "I Admit" · 19. "Heaven" · 20. "Without You" · 21. "Du bist" · 22. "1 Life" · 23. "If My World Stopped Turning" · 24. "High" Semi-final only (did not qualify for the final) "Celebrate" · "Dziesma par laimi" · "Foi magia" · "Jugarem a estimar-nos" · "Leha'amin" · "My Galileo" · "Notre planète" · "Shame On You" · "Stay Forever" · "Takes 2 To Tango" · "Tii" · "What's Happened To Your Love?"