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Good Morning Song March 21

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Listen, my brothers, I’m still alive
And my two eyes are still raised to the light
Many are my thorns, but also my flowers
And ahead of me are years too numerous to count
I ask and I pray
It’s good that hope was not yet lost

A psalm passes from generation to generation
Like a spring from long ago, and on to eternity
I ask and I pray
It’s good that hope was not yet lost

Chorus:
Alive, alive, alive – Yes, I’m still alive!
This is the song which grandfather
Sang yesterday to father
And today I [sing]
I’m still alive, alive, alive
The people of Israel live
This is the song which grandfather
Sang yesterday to father
And today I [sing]!

My days and nights are full of life,
And in my sky the pillar of fire still rises*
I will sing endlessly
I’ll spread out my hands
To my friends across the sea.
I ask and I pray
It’s good that hope was not yet lost

(Chorus)

Listen my brothers, I’m still alive
And my two eyes are still raised to the light
So here’s to life! To all my guests,
And to my children who seek to return
I ask and I pray
It’s good that hope was not yet lost

Chorus….

Alive alive alive (2x)
Alive, I’m still alive alive alive!

4 Responses to “Good Morning Song March 21”

  1. Negra says:

    Júúúúj, ez az a dal, amire volt az a jó Hareles videód, a bulizós, táncolos, össznépi énekes! 😀
    Nagyon táncikálva indul a mai reggel is! 😀

  2. Irina says:

    This is my first time commenting on your blog and I just wanted to say that I remember hearing this song many times at my Jewish school in Russia and at camp! I am pretty sure we danced to it in PE class. I haven’t heard it in ages but as soon as I started reading the translated lyrics in your post and got to the chorus, the melody and the Hebrew words immediately came back to me. Thank you for posting this song and bringing back all kinds of good memories for me!

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