Eleven years ago, Shea Rubenstein’s debut album, Ohavti, struck a chord with fans of in the Jewish music world. “Tick Tock” is a fan favorite, but the song that resonated most with listeners was “Window in Heaven,” a moving tribute to his father that remains popular to this day.Now Shea has released a new single. Filmed in the breathtaking vistas of the Grand Canyon, written and produced by Zvika Bornstein, and arranged by Amit Ben Atar, “Flying High” is a symbolic journey of his quest to soar above life’s challenges through tefillah and perseverance. This song will inspire listeners to soar on their own journeys through life, connecting to the One Above and never giving up.
Single can be purchased at
Apple Music –https://music.apple.com/us/album/flying-high-single/1488561360?uo=4&app=apple+music
Google play –https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Shea_Rubenstein_Flying_High?id=Bwqabdcfbv6yvhwzk7nx4jrctwy
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/album/75oqhHXITWY8MapsE4RbRe
And available on all other digital music platforms.
Lyrics : Flying High
Composition: Zvika Bornstein
Lyrics: Zvika Bornstein
Sung by : Shea Rubenstein
Sometimes, I just feel I’m falling World’s spinning around Calling from the depth of nowhere Can’t hear a sound When I call your name, you pull me up I’m off the ground Breaking from of chains that ground me Nothing holds me down Chorus: Flying high Flying high Spread my wing across the sky Soaring high Soaring high Grounding forces , I Defy Flying high Flying high Spread my wing across the sky Soaring high Grounding forces , I Defy Sometimes, I can feel life’s passing Like castles in sand All the waves of time come crashing Nothing’s where I stand Storms may come, but thru the clouds I hear you call my name You are there beside me,Dancing in the rain.
Chorus: Flying high Flying high Spread my wing across the sky Soaring high Soaring high Grounding forces , I Defy Flying high Flying high Spread my wing across the sky Soaring high Grounding forces , I Defy
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