Jewish Music Roundup – Today’s Find – 9/28/2018

Sweet song by Jane Bordeaux. Part of the ongoing project to document popular Israeli music of many varieties across the 70 years since the founding of the State of Israel in May 1948.  An approximate Hebrew-to-English translation from Google Translate appears below the video, with some emendations to render the ideas understandably.

 

 

If there is somewhere far away
A small quiet oasis
Even a veranda of wood
And she was busy there.

La la la…

If there is somewhere far away,
And even if there are thousands of horses,
Grandmother to her granddaughter
We will sing a song louder than their thundering noise.

La la la…

Because then I’ll fly there
One evening
And we’ll be together again
Counting the stars

 

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