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Mordechai Shapiro – Umibaladecha – Only You

Mordechai Shapiro – Umibaladecha – Only You

A Bonei OlamOhel Sarala Production in partnership with Future Care Consultants

Ohel Sarala matches up singles in shidduchim with couples struggling with infertility to daven and assist each other. To join visit https://ohelsarala.org/

An army of Yidden – both single and married – are waiting. Some for a zivug, others for a child.
They are waiting and proclaiming, unanimously, Umibaladecha! There is no one but You, Hashem, our Father, our King.
We do our hishtadlus, but our belief lies in You. As one, Bonei Olam’s Ohel Sarala and Vzakeini participants tap into the unparalleled strength of tefila – davening to the only One who has the power to bring the miracles we seek – Umibaladecha! Hashem, we don’t have another Father.

Music Credits:
Executive Producer: Boruch Goldbeger
Song Written & Composed: by Chayala Neuhaus
Arranged & Produced by: Tzvi Blumenfeld
Mix and Master: Ronen Hillel
Vocals Recorded at: C Note Studio & Aryeh Kunstler @Roar Recording Studios

Video Credits:
Video Produced by: Motty Berkowitz & Boruch Goldberger
Filmed & Edited by: Motty Berkowitz
Gaffer: Christopher Mitchell
Key Grip: Andrew Trice
Antique Siddur from: Rarity Auction
Violinists: Boris Corchesco, Alex Dzuibinsky, Xinou Wei & James Acampora
Sand Castle Bult by Matt Long – Days at the Beach

Lyrics:
An angry storm is threatening and closing in,
He tries to fight the current, but his strength wears thin
Clutching his young son and daughter
Though he can barely swim

But He’s no match for the sea with it’s mighty waves
Struggling to breathe – for he has lives to save
And hopelessly he feels his daughter
Slip away from him

Oh – With her pleading eyes
Oh – He can hear her cry

Father hold me close, cause I don’t have another father
When I reach out please don’t let me go, – Don’t let me go
Father hold me close, Cause I don’t have another father
It’s so hard to hold on – but you’re my hope.
Umibaladecha ain lanu melech
Ain lanu melech – Ela ela Ata
Umibaladecha ain lanu melech
Ain lanu melech Ela ela Ata
That night became a memory, carried off in years
Lying on his deathbed he draws her near
My daughter – in the waves
You taught me a lesson of faith
When a father hears his child in a cry so deep
It activates his mercy with a strength unleashed
When the night is bleak and it seems there’s nothing to be saved
So I will cry out – and when it’s right for me
I will sing out – when He splits the sea
Father hold me close, cause I don’t have another father
When I reach out please don’t let me go – Don’t let me go
Father hold me close, Cause I don’t have another father
It’s so hard to hold on – but you’re my hope
Umibaladecha ain lanu melech
Ain lanu melech Ela ela Ata
Umibaladecha ain lanu melech
Ain lanu melech Ela ela Ata



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