La Shana Tova song

La Shana Tova song

La Shana Tova (To Be Sung to “As Time Goes By”)

You must remember this,

A bris is still a bris,

A chai is just a chai.

Pastrami still belongs on rye,

As time goes by.

With holidays in view,

A Jew is still a Jew,

On that you can rely.

No matter if we eat tofu

As hours slip by.

Old shtetl customs, never out of date.

All those potatoes mother has to grate.

Honey, tsimus, latkes, chopped liver on our plate

The best that gelt can buy.

Some would send us to perdition,

But we’re strengthened by tradition,

That no one can deny.

We roam, but we recall our birthright,

As time goes by.

Dreidels and chocolate, never out of date.

Ancient Jewish stories that we all relate.

Blue-and-white giftwrap, everything that’s great

And festive chazerai!

It’s still the same old Torah,

It’s still the same menorah,

We’ve latkes still to fry.

It’s at yomtov when we feel most blessed,

As time goes by.


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