ORCHAH BAMIDBAR

YAMIN USMOL 

Yamin usmol, rak chol vachol
Irum vachol, yamin usmol
Yatzhiv midbar le'lo mish'ol

Rak kav, kif'at ye'arim, chad
Tzilo al p'nei ha'ofek yat.

Orchah overah, dumam/orchah na'ah
Kid'mut chalom sham mufla'ah.

Ve/hed tz'lil oleh yored katzuv,
G'malim pos'im benof atzuv.

Zeh achar zeh, yishrey pesi'ah,
Kechorshei nir, yech'tzu tzi'ah.

Lin-lan, lin-lan, mi'yam el yam
Kol ni'a kal, kol tza'ad tam.

Sh'ma kol hat'zlil, ketzav matok
Haloch us'et, haloch ush'tok

Lin-lan lin-lan, zeh shir han'dod
Rak kal laset, rak kal litz'od

Lin-lan lin-lan, zeh shir han'dod
sh'tok us'et - sh'tok vetz'od.

A CARAVAN IN THE DESERT

RIGHT AND LEFT 

Right and left, only sand and sand.

The desert turns yellow, without a path.




A caravan passes, moving (silently)
As if a dream image, inconceivable.

And/an echo of a note rises and falls in rhythm,
Camels tread in a melancholy landscape.







Hear the note's sound so sweet
walking, majestic, walking and silent

Lin lan lin lan ... this is the song of wandering.
it is easy to march, it's only easy to march.

Lin lan lin lan ... this is the song of wandering.
Quiet and majestic - quiet and pacing.

 

אורחה במדבר

Hebrew words
Alternate English   

LYRICS
Yaakov Fichman (poem)
MUSIC
David Zehavi
SINGER
Esther & Avi Ofarim
Shoshana Damari
Natanelah
Mak'helat Tzadikov
CHORDS
Chords for this song
CD
The Best Of Esther And Avi Ofarim Track 10
Shelo Yigamer Le'olam: Songs of David Zehavi
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHER
Yonatan Karmon 1957
DANCE FORMAT
Partner

Words transliterated and translated by Aya and Neta from Tel Aviv sent in by their friend Gabriel Shivers of Heidelberg, Germany
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Alternate English

 

To the right and left, just sand and sand,
yellow desert without a path.

A caravan passes, moving silently,
like a dream there, so strange.

The tinkling of bells rises and falls rhythmically.
Camels plodding through a depressing landscape.


Lin Lan Lin Lan,
this is the song of the wanderer,
to carry without a murmur,
beat the drum
and march on.

 
 

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