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One of the ten melodies composed by the Alter Rebbe. The words "Keili atah v'odekah elokai aromimekah -- You are my G-d and I will give thanks to You; You are my G-d and I will exalt You" are from Psalms 118:28.

Keili Atah

Keili Atah

A Classic Chassidic Song

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Keili Atah: A Classic Chassidic Song

One of the ten melodies composed by the Alter Rebbe. The words "Keili atah v'odekah elokai aromimekah -- You are my G-d and I will give thanks to You; You are my G-d and I will exalt You" are from Psalms 118:28.
Music; Song, Keili Atah
The Belz Choral Ensemble, the official choral ensemble of Yeshiva University's Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music.
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Chabad.org Staff via mychabad.org September 22, 2014

That's because Keli is one of G-d's names which should not be pronounced unless we are reciting the Psalm in its entirety. Reply

Eduardo Spain September 18, 2014

Why the "k"? Please, can anybody say why the niggun ads the "k" befor E-li?, Becouse that's not in the original hebrew in Psalms.
Thany you very much. Reply

Keila Lucy Lemos Moura Brasilia, DF, Brazil June 18, 2012

My 3rd Sister Keily... "Keili" is the name of my third sister and she is distant of Our Almighty G-d... Me and my Mom pray for her everyday, for her restoration, but the day still not arrive..I ask your prayers for her too, please! Reply

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