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The Jew Who Can’t be Moved: A.K.A. Pella [Music Video]

The Jew Who Can’t be Moved: A.K.A. Pella [Music Video]

A.K.A. Pella has done it again! Another awesome holiday song! But this one’s got a more serious and meaningful feel to it. The Jew Who Can’t be Moved, based on The Man Who Can’t be Moved, by The Script, is a Chanukah song about the perseverance of the Jew, despite the external and internal challenges he may face. Though the culture around us may at times tempt us away from our path, and at times threaten our very existence, we stand strong with the knowledge that our way is true, and our Creator is always looking out for us.

The track was created from scratch (though it sounds very much like the original, except with major upgrades) by the talented Adam Shapiro (email [email protected] for more info on his incredible skills and availability). The lyrics were written by A.K.A. Pella‘s own Yonah Laster and Shuie Alter.

This inspiring and fun video (filmed and edited on Chanukah!) depicts a Jew (A.K.A. Pella’s Shmuel Braun) who continues to try and spread light, despite being turned down repeatedly. Eventually he succeeds in convincing a Yid to partake in the mitzvah of menorah, at which point 3 more A.K.A. Pella members (Yonah, Shuie and CD) join in the celebration, bringing others along for some dancing and good cheer.

Watch this great video, listen to this powerful song, and you’ll be sure to keep your inner flame burning well past Chanukah!

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