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Björn Nils Olof Skifs (born 20 April 1947 in Vansbro, Dalarna, Sweden) is a Swedish singer, songwriter, actor, and screenwriter.
Björn Skifs formed his first musical group Slam Creepers in 1962. Slam Creepers split in 1969 and Skifs went on to form a new band, Blåblus, in 1972. As Blue Swede, the band had a #1 hit on Billboard Hot 100 in 1974 with a cover of "Hooked on a Feeling". Björn Skifs left the band in 1976 to pursue a solo career. He recorded the duet "Med varann" with Anni-Frid Lyngstad for his 1975 album Schiffz.
Skifs appeared as The Arbiter on the original studio album for Chess, released in 1984. A single and video, "The Arbiter's Song" was released in 1985. Skifs also recorded several demos for the album, including "One Night in Bangkok", later performed by Murray Head. Skifs did not perform the role on stage; in the original London production the character was played by Tom Jobe.