Sounds Israeli – Omrim Yeshna Eretz (They say there is a land)

The beautiful Israeli classic, Omrim Yeshna Eretz (אומרים ישנה ארץ), translates to ‘They say there is a land‘, and is based on a poem by the Russian-born Hebrew poet Shaul Tchernichovsky. The following version was recorded by Yarden Bar-Kochba. 

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