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France Gall - "Poupée de cire, poupée de son" was the winning entry in the Eurovision Song Contest of 1965. It was performed in French by French singer France Gall, representing Luxembourg. Composed by Serge Gainsbourg, it was the first song to win Eurovision that was not a ballad.