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My soul thirsts for You my flesh longs for You, In a desolate and weary land with no water. So, too, may I see You in holiness, To perceive Your strength and glory. (Psalms 63:2-3) Tracing its roots to the first Chabad Rebbe, this Chabad classic expresses the profound cry of the soul while in exile-striving to unite with the Infinite It ends with the wish that this intense yearning not be lost in the days of redemption when G-d's goodness and glory will be revealed to all.

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Avraham Friedman (stage name Fried) is perhaps the most popular Jewish musical entertainer. His music includes traditional Chassidic melodies as well as original compositions. His music is traditional yet modern, and tends to integrate many styles of popular music with Jewish lyrics and themes.
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chaya Brooklyn NY December 19, 2015

kid singing Who's the boy singing in the song anyone know ? Reply

Anonymous Toronto, Canada May 17, 2011

How do they reach these notes??? Amazing song. Thanks Reply

Johann Brockville, Canada February 8, 2009

"for your grace is better then life......." Reply

Chayim December 27, 2007

Avraham Fried That's like comparing a smoked salmon Bagle to a stale cracker! Avraham Fried is.....Jewish! Reply

Pesach San Francisco, CA December 14, 2006

Dude... Avraham Fried has been around forever, he's not the next matisyahu, he's if anything a huge inspiration for Matisyahu. Though Avraham Fried isn't as big in the non Jewish circles, every Jew knows him whereas there are still hella Jews that haven't heard of Matisyahu. Avraham fried is like...the elvis or frank sinatra of the jewish music world... Reply

me March 30, 2008

i think that avraham freid and matisyahu are worlds apart although i do like both. Reply

Rena Tsfat, Israel June 11, 2006

I think he's the original "Matisyahu"! Reply

Jack April 25, 2006

He is the next matisyahu, I think Reply

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