Because Harel Skaat



THE WIND WILL CHANGE DIRECTION  (translation from hebrewsongs.com)
Lyrics: Esther Shamir; Music: Uri Zah

Sometimes when Tel Aviv doesn’t shut down
I go down to the Café in the corner
I look at the traffic which doesn’t stop
Even when something happens in the country
I am like a falling leaf when something happens
But order another cup of coffee to the table
What is my stand if every week
Anyone can make the world insane

I know that at the end maybe sorrow will fade away
Maybe tomorrow maybe another year
The wind that pushes away dawn
At the end will change its direction

And sometimes when Tel Aviv doesn’t go to sleep
I march with the beat of the city
It hums under my feet
Sounds which will be embroided to a song at the end
The scent of coffee comes from all directions
They all say bad things about the future
And somehow everything will be ok
A bit more, a bit less, like always

I know that at the end maybe…..

The wind that blows on our homes
Whirls clouds of storm
Have a bit of mercy; have a bit of mercy on us
Bring us a day of calm

I know that at the end maybe….

from www.hebrewsongs.com

5 Responses to “Because Harel Skaat”

  1. Jon says:

    Beautiful song. <3
    Hugs, Jon

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