Motti Gantz Presents: Motty Altman With A New Debut Music Video “Yesh Yamim”

Motti Gantz Presents: Motty Altman With A New Debut Music Video “Yesh Yamim”

Yesh Yamim is a warm song made to connect your emotions to your soul

Motty Altman, a young rising star, moved a few years ago from Israel to America but life wasn’t as fluffy as he thought it will be, it wasn’t easy for him, but he always knew behind his mind that eventually good days will arrive, and we just have to look out for them. And this exactly what this song is all about. Yesh Yamim there will be hard days, but look out for the good days which will eventually come.

Produced by: Motti Gantz
Composed & Lyrics by: Yitzy Waldner
Sung by: Motty Altman
Music by: Shimon Strohli – Motti Gantz
Recorded at: MG Studios
Video Produced by: Studio On Dot
Directed by: Ari Levy
Mixed By: Gold Records LLC and Motti Gantz
Mastered by: Ronen Hilel
Cover Design: Moshe Milstein
Description by: Pinchus Raab
Digital Marketing: Motty Klein • @MusicOnTime

יש ימים מאוד קשים אני מרגיש לבד
אבל, הם אומרים שימים טובים באים
אני יודע מן הסתם שהם יודעים
על מה הם מדברים
אבל בינתיים אני אני כואב אני מרגיש לבד

אבל אני צועק
אבא אני יודע שאתה שומע
אבל אני צועק אני מתפלל
Hashems the only one
And yes he’s full of love
יהיה ה’ אחד ושמו אחד
He’s got a plan
Yes we are in his hands
אני לא לבד
I am never alone

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