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DJ Yossi Newman Feat. Yaakov Rosenblum – By My Side

DJ Yossi Newman Feat. Yaakov Rosenblum – By My Side

DJ Yossi Newman is back with an all new dance song titled By My Side, featuring vocalist Yaakov Rosenblum. The idea for the song is that a lot of people tell Yossi that “I tried,” especially the younger generation. We don’t really know what Hashem considers trying, so you have to open every single door. You could have tried a little harder. Like Nachshon Ben Aminodov: try, jump into the sea, now go in till your neck. Hashem will do the rest. You have to keep trying your all, maybe Hashem wants a little more from you. So just trying isn’t enough, you need to give it your all, and then Hashem will take care of the rest. Hashem might be able to split a sea for us, He will do what needs to be done. We can have miracles done for us, but we need to try our best. We could bring the geula. The reason Hashem will bring the geula can be because you gave that boy or girl chizuk, because you don’t bully that classmate, and maybe you can have changed history and the course of life forever.
May we merit the coming of moshiach speedily in our days.

Composed and produced by: DJ Yossi Newman
Co-producer: Avi Newman
Music by: Jack Shore
Recorded at: YN Studios, Mikey Mocton, Israel
Photography by: Meir Kruter
Lyrical video & PR: Yossi Zweig – Intelligent Noise LLC

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