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Post Tue, Aug 02 2022, 9:16 pm


I was told to speak to You, Hashem,
Maybe You can tell me who I am,
I’ve been lost too long to know where I belong,
In the end,
My only hope is that You’ll hold my hand.

How am I supposed to see Your path,
With so many questions I have to ask,
Now I’m standing here alone I’m losing hope,
And in the end,
My tears are falling to You Hashem.

Tatty my King, Father I plead,
don’t ever let ever let go of me,
ever let ever let go of me.

I need You to realize that I’m lost in my life,
So pick me up, help me stand, don’t let go of my hand.

I am here to speak with You Hashem,
Starting to see now who I am,
I’ve been lost before I know but here I stand,
Holding Your hand,
Taking a part in Your plan.

And now I’m walking down Your path,
Even with the questions I have to ask,
It gives me hope to know that I belong,
In the end,
I’ll reach out for You and take Your hand.

So Tatty my King, Father I plead,
don’t ever let ever let go of me,
ever let ever let go of me.

I’m starting to realize that You’ve held me so tight,
And I’ll follow Your plan just don’t let go of my hand
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amother




Snowflake
 

Post Tue, Sep 13 2022, 8:05 pm
I'm a songwriter..I composed, wrote and recorded a sing about corona...

If any of you would like it, please email me at heartstringsmstudio@gmail.com

I think you will all gain chizuk from it.
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amother




Babyblue
 

Post Tue, Sep 13 2022, 9:20 pm
This song is stunning.
Composed by Yocheved Reich, who is actually the mother of Etka Gitel Schwarz (author of Full Harvest, Shortchanged, etc)


SHABBOS QUEEN

I used to think my mother was the Shabbos Queen
She stands so regally with royal grace
And whispers to the King of the Universe, Hashem
From a very special place, behind her covered face.

I know that she’s not asking Him for diamonds
My noble mother doesn’t ask for gold
She’s asking Him to help me study all the Torah’s ways
And to let her eyes behold the joy as she grows old.

CHORUS:
Oh oh, and when I grow up
No matter what life brings
Hashem will give me the strength I need to handle it
And I will walk by the lights
Of a thousand Friday nights
And the Tefillos of my mother, who always had her candles lit.

My mother turns our house into a palace
Her wisdom and her warmth both make it so
She bentches licht and I can hear her tender feelings speak
Without any voice or words but the kiss on my cheek.

The Shabbos candles’ light is gentle and so soft
It smoothes away her forehead’s every crease
And suddenly the troubles of the past week disappear
All her fears and worries cease in this moment of peace.

CHORUS:
Oh oh, and when I grow up
No matter what life brings
Hashem will give me the strength I need to handle it
And I will walk by the lights
Of a thousand Friday nights
And the Tefillos of my mother, who always had her candles lit.

I think of how it hurts my mother when I’m doing wrong
When I do not let my good side show
But this week I’ve decided I will make my mother proud
Because how else will she know that I love her so?

Each mitzvah that I do will be a diamond
Each smile I give will be a precious stone
To put into the crown she seems to wear on Friday night
And when I am fully grown, I’ll wear a crown of my own.

CHORUS:
Oh oh, and when I grow up
No matter what life brings
Hashem will give me the strength I need to handle it
And I will walk by the lights
Of a thousand Friday nights
And the Tefillos of my mother, who always had her candles lit.
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amother




Ginger
 

Post Tue, Sep 13 2022, 9:41 pm
For the Yiddish lovers

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PeanutMama




 
 
 
 

Post Tue, Sep 13 2022, 10:36 pm
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Roots




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:21 am
THE KING OF TONY’S- Destiny Ft. Gershon Veroba- Composed By Eli Nathan- Destiny 4

In the dimly lit pool hall clouds of smoke hung low
As the smell of leather jackets mixed with cheap cologne
Leaning on a table a young man in his teens,
sharp eyes, skilled hands, pool cue, and designer jeans.

But there’s another table, decked out in satin white
With an empty place by father’s side on this Friday night
And mother’s waiting hopefully by the windowsill
For Dovi boy who’s shootin’ pool in Tony’s Bar and Grill.

Where have you gone? Gone so far?
We still love you even though you may be far,
Far away…

Super cool and accurate he’d win and never lose
Everyone at Tony’s knows him as the King of the Cues
As mother’s praying silently, who will save his soul?
Dovi shoots a backspin to a tune of Billy Joel.

Sometimes late at night he sits back inside the haze
Thinking of the times gone by, those old yeshiva days
He remembers them quite clearly, it was the when he turned 15
Those sharp, warm, embracing eyes of his rebbe, Rabbi Green.

Dovi, he could hear him say. You’ll be a Talmid Chacham, one day…

Where have you gone?

Stranger entered Tony’s, late one Sunday night
Rack ‘em up he said, I’m gonna beat the king tonight
Wearing cowboy boots, a cowboy hat and talking really mean
But in the dim smoky light his face could not be seen.

Shot after shot, boy, this guy was no fake
Dovi started sweatin’ his reputation was at stake
The stranger had one easy shot left to win the game
Dovi knew he’d lose and things would never be the same.

An amazing thing then happened, the stranger missed the shot
The crowd thought it was an accident Dovi knew that it was not
This guy had given him the game but why he wished he knew
Dovi pulled away from the cheering crown and said:
Hey thanks man, but who are you?

The stranger said perhaps it would be best to step outside
So they made their way out through the crowd to the street and to the light
And Dovi saw him stare at him with eyes he once had seen
The sharp embracing stare, the eyes of Rabbi Green.

The two of them stood silently looking into each other’s eyes
Dovi was the first one to break the ice
Hey Rebbe, that was the meanest game of pool I ever did see
But what made you come here on this night to play – a bum like me.

Dovi, the Rebbe said, you’re no bum,
‘cause I know you and where you’re coming from
It’s never too late to change, don’t you see…
The King of Tony’s was once me!

There’s a yeshiva out of town, now a source of pride and fame
The Rosh Yeshiva’s a Talmid Chacham, Reb Dov is his name
And during recess there’s a pool table where students like to play
But no one’s beat the Rosh Yeshiva till this very day.
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Roots




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:24 am
BESIYATA DISHMAYA-
Miami Boys Choir-
Composed by Yerachmiel Begun,
Lyrics by Yocheved Reich

VERSE 1:
Have you ever felt, there’s nowhere to turn,
Things seem confused, no one’s concerned.
The times we live in are oh, so dark,
A little faith, though, lights a spark.
Clears our vision, eases pain,
Hope arises again, hope arises again.

CHORUS 1:
Besiyata Dishmaya, whatever I do,
When I need him to help me, He’ll always come through.
Never will I be alone,
With His help I can stand on my own.
I need Siyata Dishmaya, whatever will be,
All the world that I hope for, is open to me.
I need him to show me the way,
Besiyata Dishmaya.

VERSE 2:
Sometimes we feel the strength of our hand,
Can bring us success, but we don’t understand.
It’s not always the way it seems,
Hashem alone provides our means,
And stands behind every circumstance,
No, it’s not only by chance, it’s not only by chance.

CHORUS 2:
Besiyata Dishmaya, whatever I do,
When I need him to help me, He’ll always come through.
Never will I be alone,
With His help I can stand on my own.
I need Siyata Dishmaya, whatever will be,
All the world that I hope for, is open to me.
I need him to show me the way,
Besiyata Dishmaya.

VERSE 3:
Prayer after prayer, tear after tear,
(I’m) begging for help, for heaven to hear.
When Hashem is at our side,
Every door is open wide.
Our only hope is to look to the sky,
Where He waits for our cry,
Where He waits for our cry.

CHORUS 3:
Besiyata Dishmaya, whatever we do,
When we need him to help us, he’ll always come through.
Never will we be alone,
With his help we can stand on our own.
We need Siyata Dishmaya whatever will be,
All the world that we hope for, is open- you’ll see.
Just ask Him to show us the way,
Besiyata Dishmaya.
(x2-4)
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Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:26 am
ONE BY ONE-
Miami Boys Choir-
Composed By Yerachmiel Begun-

Still, we shudder and lament
Our enemies intent
To fight ‘till there remained no trace
Yet, the danger’s here today
With those who’ve lost their way
This state of war we still now face
Steps must be taken
They cannot be forsaken
Let their spirits awaken
For it holds the key
To their eternity.

See, the void that’s in their heart
When lives have come apart
Can we just ignore their cry
There, an emptiness prevails
A lifestyle doomed to fail
Can we just stand idly by
Let’s make this our quest
May our efforts be blessed
In this trial – this test
Will we let them fall?
Do we hear their call?

CHORUS:
Reach out now to your brother
Show him how to discover
The road he’ll take in coming home
It won’t be easy trying
There’s surely no denying
A Yid must always stand alone.
Let’s try for each Neshamah
Strengthening ourselves with Torah
And fight this battle ‘til it’s done
Help stop assimilation
We must preserve our Nation
We can make a difference one by one.

Now, we’ve spent so many years
Building from the tears
How our strength has been restored
But now, our ever-present goal
To help each precious soul
For even one- there’s great reward
With deep introspection
They can change their direction
If we make the connection and regain our loss
If we stay the course!

CHORUS:
Reach out now to your brother
Show him how to discover
The road he’ll take in coming home
It won’t be easy trying
There’s surely no denying
A Yid must always stand alone.
Let’s try for each Neshamah
Strengthening ourselves with Torah
And fight this battle ‘til it’s done
Help stop assimilation
We must preserve our Nation
We can make a difference one by one.

Bimheira biyameinu,
Let’s bring Moshiach tzidkeinu,
We can make a difference, one by…
One by one by one.
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Roots




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:28 am
one by one:
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Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:29 am
MY FELLOW JEW- Avraham Fried-
Composed By Yossi Green & Avraham Fried,
Lyrics By Avraham Fried & Rabbi Manis Friedman


G-d smiled in heaven but His joy was not complete
The angels were singing but their song had no wings
The world was freshly painted yet the sky was feeling blue
Something, something just wasn’t right.

Then with you came a G-dly light
That made the world complete
You gave the world its heart
You gave the world its soul
Now G-d can call this place his home
For now there was you
My brother, my fellow Jew.

CHORUS:
So with all my heart and soul let me honor you
A gentle people with a faith of steel
You teach the world how to live and how to give and how to believe
If I could look into your heart I would see the face of G-d.

You have weathered all the storms they’ve all come and gone
You are the unsung heroes of the world
And you were born of ancient days and you will go on and on
I’ve seen miracles before but the greatest of them all is you my fellow Jew.

Who can count the teardrops that have fallen from your eyes
And who would dare to measure the pain that you have known
Yet here you are undaunted with a mission and a dream
You carry on when hope is gone
All that you live for will come true.

And so when at times I’m feeling weak
It’s you who makes me strong
And when at times I cannot speak
You become my song
I know I can do the impossible
When I think of you, my brother, my fellow Jew.

So with all my heart and soul let me honor you
A gentle people with a faith of steel
You teach the world how to live and how to give and how to believe
If I could look into your heart I would see the face of G-d.

You have weathered all the storms they’ve all come and gone
You are the unsung heroes of the world
And you were born of ancient days and you will go on and on
I’ve seen miracles before but the greatest of them all is you my fellow Jew.
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Roots




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:31 am
DON’T HIDE FROM ME-
Avraham Fried-
Composed By Yossi Green,
Lyrics By Batia Ariella & Avraham Fried


Don’t hide from me,
Though I know that You are truly there, everywhere,
Still in all, I cannot see You,
Don’t hide from me,
It’s been so long since last I saw You smile…

Don’t hide from me,
Where’s the promise You would take my hand, understand,
My life is not complete without You,
Don’t hide from me,
I need to see You more than ever now.

CHORUS 1:
Two thousand years is a million years too long
To search for the light that I have never known,
Show me Your face, I need Your embrace
Won’t You please come out of Your hiding place…
Take me on Your wing, teach me how to sing
The one song the world wants to hear,
Oh, Father dear.

Don’t hide from me,
It seems You’re hiding more and more each day, why, I pray,
I keep looking, You keep hiding,
Oh, I feel so alone, I’m calling to you, Father, please come home.

CHORUS 1:
Two thousand years is a million years too long
To search for the light that I have never known,
Show me Your face, I need Your embrace
Won’t You please come out of Your hiding place…
Take me on Your wing, teach me how to sing
The one song the world wants to hear,
Oh, Father dear.

Who would believe
The walls of darkness finally have come down, all around,
But the walls that stand between us
Don’t want to fall,
Tell me the final secret to it all.

CHORUS 2:
Don’t hide from me, is my one and only plea,
Father, can’t you see I’m calling desperately,
Show me Your face, I need Your embrace
Won’t You please come out of Your hiding place…
Take me on Your wing, teach me how to sing
The one song the world wants to hear,
Oh, Father dear.

Don’t hide from me,
Though I know that You are truly there, everywhere,
Still in all, I cannot see You,
Don’t hide from me,
Oh, I need to see You more than ever now.

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Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:33 am
ON GIANTS SHOULDERS-
Avraham Fried-
Composed By Yossi Green,
Lyrics By Yocheved Reich


When I was young, I heard a tale
Of a giant standing tall
And his son, oh, so small
They shared a dream to see the king
They hungered for the day
And hurried on their way.

As they neared, the two despaired
A wall rose to the skies
Above the giant’s eyes
Wait my son, said he
Climb upon me
And after you arise
You will be my eyes.

CHORUS:
And we will do it, brothers
After us there’ll be no others,
You and I will do
What giants wanted to.
So stand and take the credit
We will be the ones to end it,
Though we’re small, We’re standing tall
Like soldiers
Riding high ’cause we’re on our fathers shoulders.

Holy and pure, our fathers were
Giant righteous men
We are small compared to them
But our deeds, upon their deeds
Together they will bring
משיח our king
משיח, משיח our king.

CHORUS:
And we will do it, brothers
After us there’ll be no others,
You and I will do
What giants wanted to.
So stand and take the credit
We will be the ones to end it,
Though we’re small, We’re standing tall
Like soldiers
Riding high ’cause we’re on our fathers shoulders.

It’s up to us
To hammer home that final blow
Our fathers started long ago
Compelling us to follow.

CHORUS:
And we will do it, brothers
After us there’ll be no others,
You and I will do
What giants wanted to.
So stand and take the credit
We will be the ones to end it,
Though we’re small, We’re standing tall
Like soldiers
Riding high ’cause we’re on our fathers shoulders.
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Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:35 am
THE CRACK OF DAWN-
Mordechai Ben David-
Composed By Yossi Green,
Lyrics By Dina Storch-


Trembling in the darkness
A battlefield, who knows
The soldier crawls ahead
For behind him someone goes
Oh heaven!
Pounding is his heartbeat
He whispers words of prayer
It seems that all his life
In a flash may disappear.

Wait! the crack of dawn
As it greets the weary trooper
Now his comrades he can see
Reunited all for victory.
And there beneath the sun
In a moment he has conquered
All his fear just slipped away
Like the night so swiftly turned to day.

Trembling in the darkness
Praying for the light
It seems it may never come
At the darkest of the night
Oh yes!
This Golus, it surrounds us
A battlefield, who knows
We slowly inch ahead
We believe it’s really close.

Wait, the crack of dawn
Bright horizon- soon the sunshine
Yes, Moshiach’s on his way
All the grief, the sorrow slipped away.
The past is but a dream
In Yerusholayim, the Beis Hamikdash
Yes, this Golus slipped away
Like the night so swiftly turned to day.

Celebration! Exaltation!
Young and old dancing everywhere
We believed it all
Heaven’s standing tall
Eternal paradise, euphoria.
The past is but a dream
In Yerusholayim, the Beis Hamikdash
Yes, this Golus slipped away
Like the night so swiftly turned to day.
Pain so long forgotten,
night forever gone
Now here it is
the crack of dawn.
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Post Wed, Sep 14 2022, 2:30 pm
https://kcm.fm/News/2217

another perfect song!!!!

יוסף ניוקומב וברוך לוין - 'The Spark In Every Yid'

הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
וְאֵין לָנוּ רְשׁוּת לְהִשְׁתַּמֵּשׁ בָּהֶם
הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
וְאֵין לָנוּ רְשׁוּת לְהִשְׁתַּמֵּשׁ בָּהֶם
אֶלָּא לִרְאוֹתָם בִּלְבָד
כְּדֵי לְהוֹדוֹת וּלְהַלֵּל
אֶלָּא לִרְאוֹתָם בִּלְבָד
כְּדֵי לְהוֹדוֹת וּלְהַלֵּל
A light in the dark, the little old spark in every Yid
No matter how far, wherever you are, you're still a Yid
הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
No matter how far, wherever you are, you're still a Yid
הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
וְאֵין לָנוּ רְשׁוּת לְהִשְׁתַּמֵּשׁ בָּהֶם
הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
וְאֵין לָנוּ רְשׁוּת לְהִשְׁתַּמֵּשׁ בָּהֶם
אֶלָּא לִרְאוֹתָם בִּלְבָד
כְּדֵי לְהוֹדוֹת וּלְהַלֵּל
אֶלָּא לִרְאוֹתָם בִּלְבָד
כְּדֵי לְהוֹדוֹת וּלְהַלֵּל
A light in the dark, the little old spark in every Yid
No matter how far, wherever you are, you're still a Yid
הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
No matter how far, wherever you are, you're still a Yid
A light in the dark, the little old spark in every Yid
No matter how far, wherever you are, you're still a Yid
הַנֵּרוֹת הַלָּלוּ קֹדֶשׁ הֵם
No matter how far, wherever you are, you're still a Yid
You're still a Yid
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