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Meydad Tasa releases his fourth single “Oy Na Lonu”

by yossi September 11, 2011

Meydad Tasa releases his fourth single. The song “Oy Na Lonu” is a dialogue between a father and a son. The son (am yisrael) says to the father how hard galus is without the Divine Presence, Mount Zion desolate, it claimed, and have sinned. The father (hashem) reply’s return to me I have not forgotten you, I’ve always loved. This song is perfect for this time of year with sleichos almost here and shows how we bnei yisroel feel towards our creator Hashem.

The new album will be released this winter iy”h.
This is the fourth single from this new album. The other singles were; “ Ben Adam“, “ Al Tishaber” and “Torah Hakdoisha”

Medad Tasa was introduced to us as a child with the mega hit album “Al Naharos Bavel”. Since then he has gone on to capture the hearts of people worldwide performing at event, concert and even singing at weddings and chuppa’s. A year ago Tasa rounded it off with his third solo album (plus one wedding album) “Ben Shel Melech” which sold out across sectors and countries!
The lyrics were written by Aviad Gil ( Meydad’s producer)

Click PLAY below to hear the song

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