|Single by Jedward|
|from the album Young Love|
|Released||24 February 2012|
|Format||Digital download, CD single|
|Genre||Bubblegum pop, teen pop|
|Label||Universal Music Ireland|
|Nick Jarl, Sharon Vaughn|
|Jedward singles chronology|
|Eurovision Song Contest 2012 entry|
|? "Lipstick" (2011)|
|"Only Love Survives" (2013) ?|
"Waterline" is a song by Irish pop duo Jedward. It was written by Swedish songwriter Nick Jarl and Swedish-based American songwriter Sharon Vaughn. It is best known as Ireland's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 held in Baku, Azerbaijan.
In early 2012, "Waterline" was chosen as the song for Jedward in their bid to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2012. The song was first broadcast on Mooney on 9 February 2012 alongside the other four songs against which it was to compete in the national final. It was then performed on the Irish national final on 24 February 2012. Performed fifth out of five songs, it was announced as the winner at the end of the show. The song qualified for the Eurovision final from the first semi-final, coming in 6th place of the 10 qualifiers. The song eventually finished in 19th place with 46 points. In June 2012, "Waterline" was listed as the opening track of Jedward's Young Love album.
Two music videos were made for "Waterline". The first was the official Eurovision version, required as part of the competition entry. It consisted of footage of Jedward performing the song at the Late Late Show, including backstage footage. The second video was made by John and Edward themselves in Tokyo. It shows the twins in various Tokyo locations, including the Sens?-ji temple and the Shibuya district.
|Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)||27|
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||50|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||62|
|UK (Official Chart Company)||122|