Der Rebbe Elimelech
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Lyrics and translation
Az der Rebbe Elimeylekh
Iz gevorn zeyer freylekh,
(Iz gevorn zeyer freylekh, Elimeylekh,)
Hot er oysgeton di tfilin
Un hot ongeton di briln
Un geshikt nokh di fidlers di tsvey.
Un di fidldike fidlers
Hobn fidldik gefidlt.
Hobn fidldik gefildt hobn zey!
When Rabbi Elimelekh
(Became happy, Elimelekh)
He took off his tefillen
And he put on his glasses
And he sent for his two fiddlers.
And the fiddling fiddlers
Oh, they fiddlingly fiddled, they did!
- "Der Rebbe Elimelech (The Rabbi Elimelech)", Smithsonian Folkways
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