Archives

Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2014’

  • In your Eyes (Ayelet Chen)

    Words and music: Noa and Gil dor Yemenite part: lyrics by rabbi shalom shabazi Music: traditional   Ayelet chen, ayelet chen, charming gazelle Be Galut Tismacheni you will support me in my exile U Ba Layla, U Ba Layla and in the night, and in …

    Share
    Read More
  • The Eyes of Love

    Words and music: Noa   Little girl so young and tender braids are thrown upon her back in the pages of her book the world is white and black   She is wearing heavy glasses far from who she dreamt to be little one, her …

    Share
    Read More
  • Dreamer

    Words and music: Noa and Gil Dor   Dreamer sending your vision into the night dreamer swinging your sword of light   Running where the road is broken singing where no words are spoken   I remember you when I was a girl how your …

    Share
    Read More
  • Something has Changed

    Words and music: Noa and Gil Dor   Something has changed but I don’t know what it is something has grown inside something has changed but I don’t know what it is something has changed   Somebody called in the middle of the night somebody …

    Share
    Read More
  • Ani Tzameh

    Words: Avraham Ibn Kapmak Music: traditional   Ani tzameh le meymayich yerushalem I thirst for your waters Jerusalem  

    Share
    Read More
  • Follow your Heart

    Words and music: Noa and Gil Dor   Here is the plane, here is the door here is the boarding pass come aboard you’ve packed your bags you’ve made your choice you’ve said goodbye in a tiny voice   So I waved, turned to go …

    Share
    Read More
  • Lecha Dodi – Interlude

    David, Tamar and Odeya Nini sing traditional Friday night prayer    

    Share
    Read More
  • Heart and Head

    Words and music: Noa and Gil Dor Including sample of Shlomo Dachyani singing traditional melody   Happiness, the guests are all in line happiness, they say I look divine happiness, the never ending list. happiness, there must be more than this…   Everyone’s celebrating blessings …

    Share
    Read More
  • Lullaby

    Words and music: Noa and Gil Dor   Sleep little baby don’t you fret mamma’s gonna say a little prayer then mama’s gonna get some masking tape and fix the hole in the ozone layer   Sleep little angel, baby dove sun’s gone down, it’s …

    Share
    Read More
  • Dala Dala

    Grandma Rachel, 85 years old sings dala dala (interlude) Words and music: Noa and Gil Dor Yemenite part traditional   I have to breath I have to stop and breathe other wise I’ll buckle at the knees. otherwise I’ll freeze.   I have to count …

    Share
    Read More
Page 3 of 4«1234»