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[VIDEO] Most Successful Croatian Love Songs of All Time

RTLOver the past two weeks RTL television show ‘Croatian Number One’ have counted down the most successful Croatian hit of all time, and also the ‘most successful summer hit’. Last night it was time to find out the ‘most successful love song of all time’. Here are the top 5 most successful of all time according to the show:

5. Samo jednom se ljubi – Ivo Robić

4. Zbog jedne divne crne žene – Krunoslav Kićo Slabinac

3. Ostala si uvijek ista – Mišo Kovač

2. Ti si mi u krvi – Zdravko Čolić


1. Sve još miriše na nju – Parni valjak

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