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“Di alte kashe (The Eternal Question)”
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Lucie Skeaping and the Burning Bush
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Dance:   "On My Own"
Album:   Raisins and Almonds
Released:  
December 12, 1995
Genre(s):  
Traditional
Label:  
Saydisc
Length:  
2:38
Writer(s):   Rodrick Skeaping
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"Di alte kashe (The Eternal Question)" is a song by Lucie Skeaping and the Burning Bush. It is sung in Yiddish. It was used for Sarah H.'s solo "On My Own" in No More Crybabies.

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Lyrics

Fregt di velt an alte kashe,
Tra-la tra-di-ri-di-rom?
Enfert men tra-di-ri-di-rei-lom,
Oy, oy, tra-di-ri-di-rom.
In az men vil, ken men oich zugen tra-i-dim
Blabt doch vater di alte kas

Trivia

  • The Lifetime Music Guide released this song as "Niggunim Klezmer" with the production company Extreme Music. It is the same song just under a different name. It was composed by Rodrick Skeaping.
  • The Lifetime Music Guide has Sarah H.'s solo listed as "Child of the Holocaust".

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