Watch: BRAND NEW SINGLE! INSPIRING AND HARTZIG – Featuring Baruch Levine & Simcha Leiner

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Above is an inspirational musical video composed in honor of the “Vhaarev Na” “Simchas HaTorah.”

Vhaarev Na is a program motivating every bochur to LEARN, REVIEW, LOVE, and LIVE Gemara.

“Vhaarev Na” is currently instituted in 32 yeshivos and impacting over 1,000 bochurim.

For more information, visit www.Vhaarevna.com or email Rabbi Dovid Newman at Vhaarevna@gmail.com.

SONG INFO:

Composed by: Baruch Levine
Song Produced by: Yochi Briskman
Sung by: Baruch Levine & Simcha Leiner
Arranged by: Yanky Briskman
Lyrics by: Ruchie Torgow
Child Soloist: Yechezkel Ginsberg
Music Mix by: AJ Greenwald
Video by: Moshe Bree

Lyrics:

They lift him on their shoulders and bring him to the cheder,
Where he licks the honey off the letters of the aleph-bais,
And with tears they pray to Heaven for their precious little gem,
May the Torah always be this sweet, Vhaarev Na Hashem

But as the boy grows older and Gemara leads his day
That passion for his Torah learning slowly fades away
For he struggles with each sugya and he tires from despair
If gemara is so challenging does it even pay to care

Vhaarev Na Hashem make it sweet for us again
Like the honey that we tasted years before
Because each word is ours to own until we feel it in our bones
And we’ll want to keep on learning more and more

Vhaarev Na Hashem, Oy Vhaarev Na Hashem
So Your Torah will forever pierce the heart
Be mesayem and return to the words we love to learn
For we never feel complete when we’re apart

A tiny ray of hope soon begins to show
When his Rebbe says “Chazara is the key to help you grow
To gain clarity and cheishek you must constantly review
And you’ll love to learn gemara when the words speak back to you”

With chazara of his learning his spirit is revived
As the words of Torah penetrate and slowly come alive
His excitement is rekindled and he’s shteiging with his peers
He can finally feel that passion that was lost for all those years

Vhaarev Na Hashem make it sweet for us again
Like the honey that we tasted years before
Because each word is ours to own until we feel it in our bones
And we’ll want to keep on learning more and more

Vhaarev Na Hashem, Oy Vhaarev Na Hashem
So Your Torah will forever pierce the heart
Be mesayem and return to the words we love to learn
For we never feel complete when we’re apart

Oh the power that we share as words of Torah fill the air
Could you imagine that we’d ever come this far
And the nachas that we’ll see might have never come to be
If we didn’t know how capable we are

Vhaarev Na Hashem make it sweet for us again
Like the honey that we tasted years before
Because each word is ours to own until we feel it in our bones
And we’ll want to keep on learning more and more

Vhaarev Na Hashem, Oy Vhaarev Na Hashem
So Your Torah will forever pierce the heart
Be mesayem and return to the words we love to learn
For we never feel complete when we’re apart

Vhaarev Na Hashem Oy Vhaarev Na Hashem
I can sit and learn as hours pass me by
And my gemara, now worn-out I could never be without
For I finally feel that sweetness from on High

{Matzav.com}

12 COMMENTS

  1. Wow so inspirational. There are many times when I look around today and see all the struggles a bachur has has to encounter. It seems almost impossible to combat it. The temptations and the ta’avos seem to be winning over them. But after watching this video and seeing how Rabbi Newman has enhanced the geshmak of limud hatorah with chazorah for so many bachurim, I see this as the only hope. Just look at that faces of these bachurim that have ultimate joy and satisfaction from their accomplishments. May Rabbi Newman continue to have hatzlocha in his wonderful program

  2. GORGEOUS SONG!!! brought me to tears!
    I think we need an alternative version with all words from Birchas Hatorah that can be sung at kumzitzen

  3. This is so emotional and beautiful!
    This is the the only thing that can keep us happy and uplifting today’s days! This message should be spread out to every yeshiv in the world!

  4. Thank you for rekindling what the Steipler z”l told me 30+ years ago when I asked him for advice to enhance hatzlocho in learning… he answered, “the eitza is chazara not just a few times, rather many times. Not 100 times — that was before Torah was written down — try 40 times.” I did (in 2nd seder for a months in Bava Basra) and it was very good.
    Great song, lyrics, singing and video!

    Yaakov Novograd, Baltimore

  5. My Israeli kids came over to see what I was looking and and listening to, and asked, who’s wedding is this? What do I say? Am Yisrael and the Torah.

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