A song for Heshvan: 'Kama tov shebata ha'bayta'

See The transliterated Version of the song in this month's issue of Jerusalem Post - IVRIT.

September 27, 2010 16:27
salom & shlomo

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Five years ago, singers Shalom Hanoch and Shlomo Artzi had a show in the amphitheater in Caesarea, where they preformed "Kama tov shebata habayta" - Hebrew for how good that your home again.

The words for the song “Kama Tov Shebata Habayta” were written by Yankale Rotblit and the music was composed by Shalom Hanoch.

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