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Gad Elbaz & Ovadia Hamama – Jerusalem Hashalom Vehayofi

Gad Elbaz & Ovadia Hamama – Jerusalem Hashalom Vehayofi

About a half year ago, the director of the information center of Yerushalayim, Mr. Yitzchak Sonnenshtein, turned to Ovadia Chamama, to write a special song for the upcoming Yom Yerushalayim celebrations. Gad Elbaz produced the song.

The song will be played for the first time publicly in honor of the Yom Yerushalayim celebrations on May 28th, 2014, on Ammunition Hill.

This is the third song from the upcoming project of Gad Elbaz singing Ovadia Chamama’s songs.

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Lyrics:

“עשרה קבין של יופי ירדו לעולם, תשעה נטלה ירושלים
עשרה קבין של יופי ירדו לעולם, רק אחד לכל העולם כולו”
(חז”ל, קידושין מט’, ב’)

ירושלים, ירושלים… בלב, בארץ, בשמים
ירושלים, ירושלים… עם התקווה בת שנות אלפיים

אין לך עוד יופי בעולם, כיופיה של ירושלים
אין לך עוד יופי בעולם, כיופיה של ירושלים

ירושלים, ירושלים… פותחת שערי שמים
ירושלים, ירושלים… הן ליופייה נוצרו עיניים…

אין, אין לך יופי, כיופיה של ירושלים
אין, אין לך שלום בעולם,
אם לא יבוא שלום על ירושלים


Tags assigned to this article:
Gad ElbazMr. Yitzchak SonnenshteinOvadia Chamama

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