|Eurovision Song Contest 1969|
|Selection process||Melodifestivalen 1969|
|Selection date(s)||1 March 1969|
|Selected entrant||Tommy Körberg|
|Selected song||"Judy, min vän"|
|Final result||9th, 8 points|
|Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest|
Sweden chose their entrant for Eurovision Song Contest 1969 through Melodifestivalen 1969. A tie occurred between two songs, but after additional voting, the song "Judy, min vän" with Tommy Körberg was selected. It was written by Roger Wallis and Britt Lindeborg. The other song, "Hej clown" was written by Lasse Berghagen and later ABBA member Benny Andersson.
At ESC, held in Madrid, Tommy finished 9th out of 16. Most points came from Sweden's neighbours, Norway and Finland. Sharing the 9th place was Germany, represented by the Swedish singer Siw Malmkvist, who had also represented Sweden in 1960. She did, however, not get any points from Sweden.