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Have fun listening and singing along with these original songs as you learn about the Parshah of the week.

Song for Parshat Chayei Sarah

Song for Parshat Chayei Sarah

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Parshah Song

Have fun listening and singing along with these original songs as you learn about the Parshah of the week.
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Lyrics:

Now it was time for Yitzchok to marry
Hashem’s bracha, his children would carry
Eliezer was sent a wife to find
She must be good and kind

He took camels and jewelry the best
On his way, he sat down to rest
"Please Hashem", he said with all his might
"Help me find the girl that is just right."

Then he saw Rivkah, B’suel’s daughter
May I give you and your camels some water
At the moment the good deed was done
Eliezer knew that she was the one

Eliezer and Rivkah to k’naan did ride
Yitzchok took Rivkah, for his bride
Now Yitzchok at last was sure
The anan hakavod, was back at his door

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Devorah November 21, 2016

Feedback Hi Chana,

It doesn't make a big difference but I when I was listening I noticed that there's an extra word in the lyrics that isn't there in the song.

It should read "help me find the girl that is right" the "just" is extra.

Thanks Reply

Anonymous October 20, 2013

I love this song Reply

Shimon Riak Adelaide, Australia January 18, 2010

Beautiful work This is a wonderful way to teach kids as well as adults such as me. My son Gavriel loves the songs and I hope that he absorbs the mood and spirit of the Torah at this early age of 2 years. G-d bless these kids who are doing this wonderful singing.
Good work
Shalom. Reply

Anonymous tucson, az January 19, 2009

its such acute song. i love all the songs this is such a great website! Reply

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