Clouseau Geef Het Op
"Geef het op" ("Give it up") was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Dutch by the band Clouseau.
In 1989 Clouseau, named after Peter Sellers' character Inspector Clouseau in Blake Edwards' Pink Panther series, had participated in the Belgian tryouts for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Anne". Although the song came in second behind "Door de wind", it became the band's breakthrough single in both Belgium and the Netherlands and they returned to the Contest in 1991.
The song is an up-tempo track, sung from the perspective of a man telling a girl that her lover is no good for her. He reminds her that he has told her this before and that she should "give it [her current relationship] up" in favour of one with him. Clouseau also recorded the song in an English language version, as "Give It Up", featured on their first international album Close Encounters.