RIKMAH ENOSHIT ACHAT

RIKMA ENOSHIT 

ONE HUMAN TISSUE

HUMAN TISSUE 

Kshe'amut,
Mashehu mimeni, mashehu mimeni
Yamut bechah, yamut bechah.

Kshetamut,
Mashehu mimchah bi, mashehu mimchah bi
Yamut itchah, yamut itchah.

Ki kulanu, ken kulanu
Kulanu rikmah enoshit achat chayah
Ve'im echad me'itanu
Holech me'imanu
Mashehu met banu -
Umashehu, nish'ar ito

Im ned'a, eich lehargiya eich lahargiya
Et ha'eivah, im rak ned'a.

Im ned'a, im ned'a lehash'kit et ze'ameinu
(im ned'a lehash'kit)
Al af elboneinu, lomar slichah.
Im ned'a lehat'chil mehat'chalah.

Ki kulanu...

When I shall die,
something of mine, something of mine
will die in you, will die in you.

When you'll die,
something of yours, something of yours in me
will die with you, will die with you.

Because all of us, yes all of us
are all one living human tissue
and if one of us
goes from us
something dies in us -
and something, stays with him

If we'll know, how to comfort, how to comfort
the hostility, if only we'd know.

If we'll know, how to quiet our rage
(if we'd know how to quiet)
upon the fury of our humiliation, to say sorry.
If we'd know how to start from the beginning.

Because all of us...

 

רקמה אנושית אחת

Hebrew words

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LYRICS
Moti Hamer
MUSIC
Moti Hamer
SINGER
Moti Hamer
Chava Alberstein
CHORDS
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SHEET MUSIC
Sheet music for this song

Words transliterated and translated by George Jakubovits of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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