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"Someone" performed by Ninet at Yad Vashem

Tags: Holocaust, Inspiration and Hope

Ninet performs the song "Someone", a song by Hebrew writer Ehud Manor, at Yad Vashem in Israel, on Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day. Singing for remembering the people who were killed in the holocaust and for all the victims of terrorist attacks.

TRANSLATION

"Someone, someone worries
Worries for me up there
Came and lit a few stars
And they fall one by one.

We are turning in two different ways
Day and night to their length
Tired and hungry
In the paths of dust and time.

We'll meet at the end of paths and questions
We will meet at the end of many days,
at the end of many nights.

The spring passed, the summer went, and the rain returned.

Someone, someone worries
Worries for me up there
Came and lit a few stars
And they fall one by one."


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