Something went wrong with the connection!

Father in Heaven – Waterbury Mesivta

Father in Heaven – Waterbury Mesivta

Performed by: Shua Dembitzer and Daniel Goldblatt

Song Produced by Ari Goldwag
Music Arranged by Ari Goldwag
Main Vocals recorded & edited in G-Wag studios, Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel
Background vocals recorded by Hillel Kapnick @ Uptop Studio (Monsey, NY)

Musicians:
Piano: Ari Goldwag
Drums: Avi Avidani
Bass/Electric & Acoustic Guitars: Lucas Gonzalez
Mix/Master: John Kennedy Productions

Lyrics:
We’re still living but hurting confused and we’re yearning
Begging for you as we cry out your name.
We want a connection some feeling affection
We are your children and we love you the same

High:
Father in heaven bring us back home
We feel so much pain
And we feel so alone
Just wanna live life with you
So holy so pure
When I’m without you
Then what’s living for

Years come and years go
We stay strong but feel low
Can’t stand the feeling this feeling of pain
But inside we know now
It’s right there just reach out
Because our father he wants us the same

High:
Father in heaven bring us back home
We feel so much pain
And we feel so alone
Just wanna live life with you
So holy so pure
When I’m without you
Then what’s living for

Bridge:
Father take us home
Can’t do this no more



Related Articles

Connecting From Afar: Moshe Auslander Connects With Rabbi Shimon In A New Single: “Tomachti”

For the past few years, We have seen incredible challenges in connecting to Rabbi Shimon in “person” in Meron.However, our

Ohad Moskowitz & Capela Choir – Elokai Neshama (Acapella)

Yehuda Bachar Z”L with his infectious smile and beautiful voice continues to inspire people long after his terrible murder. The

The Rebbe’s Words Inspired New Thank You Hashem Song

In honor of Lag Ba’Omer, TYH Nation has produced a new song inspiring listeners to do whatever they can to

1 comment

Write a comment
  1. Jenna Rawls
    Jenna Rawls 10 October, 2019, 12:08

    Beautiful song! Good job daniel, my dear friend

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*