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August 18, 2018

MUSIC: Rap Version of a Kabbalistic Melody

Listen to a Kabbalistic rap version of Baal HaSulam’s “March” by clicking on the Flash player’s button below:
[audio:http://files.kab.co.il/audio/eng_song_seth-breitman_march.mp3]

March
[04:14]
A melody by Baal HaSulam

Kabbalistic Rap Version of Baal HaSulam’s “March”

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16 Comments »

  Aeer F wrote @ August 22nd, 2009 at 4:08 pm

it’s great,..thanx

  Anita Belle wrote @ August 22nd, 2009 at 7:59 am

I love this song! I woke up this Shabbat thinking about it. I want to put this song on my website!

I have Seth’s autographed CD but couldn’t get my computer to play it. Thank you for putting the lyrics on the Internet so I could find the song via the search engines.

  Lenny Snitman wrote @ February 1st, 2009 at 6:18 pm

Thank You!!! I love this song!!! I will share it with my friends!!! Keep it up!!!

  Seth wrote @ June 6th, 2008 at 10:21 am

Thanks for the encouragement everyone:

March:

take aim it’s the name of the game
you’ve got the path of light and the path of pain
march march there’s an unknown spark
and it’s buried down deep down, down in your heart

bond with me and then you’ll see
how the roots lead back up into the tree
some are leafs, some are branches
but the people in this group they took the biggest chances
some tried sex, some tried drugs
some even bent over backwards looking for love
some tried in the movies some tried in a song
trying to find a place where we belong
some slept in the dirt and some slept in mansions
some wore 3 piece suit and some wore no pants
and some travelled around to all the holy places
trying to find a way to fill their empty spaces
some tried in college some tried in the street
some tried eating veggies some tried eating meat
only cling to Him that’s the way we can win
here’s the door. now it’s time to go in

end of days a worldwide craze people working and working but never getting paid
cave man ate his dinner and he slept in his cave
renaissance man ate his meal and he was better behaved
modern man ate his fill but he can never be saved
it’s the nature of the beast to just crave and crave
all these years we kept a secret we just had to be brave
we’ve got just the right spice to end your slave days

I only match how you fill me
and I’m pleading to my friends now don’t be drilling
you’re loyal lover stands ready to provide
got to reveal your love this is no time to hide
I feel it in my heart feel it in my bones
an ass to the burden an ox to the load
don’t despair don’t abandon the battle
rise and live like a man or fall and live like cattle
from strength to strength the heart understands
not love of myself but love of my friends
we all know that there are no new souls
and me and you have been together since the days of old
the flood waters rose up and drowned us
Babylon tower came down and did confound us
I changed this body a thousand times
like I changed my shirt and I pay no mind
I want this more than my addiction
can’t come to love if not through friction
it’s the association on location
to our destination such a unique nation

end of days a worldwide craze people working and working but never getting paid
cave man ate his dinner and slept in his cave
renaissance man ate his meal and he was better behaved
modern man ate his fill but he can never be saved
it’s the nature of the beast to just crave and crave
all these years we kept a secret we just had to be brave
we’ve got just the right spice to end your slave days

  Musa GUL wrote @ June 6th, 2008 at 2:53 am

Very Thanks 🙂

  Sandra wrote @ June 5th, 2008 at 3:39 am

Great song!!! As I am not a native English speaker I still miss a few words. Where can I find transcript of liyrics?

Thank you

  AVRAHAM DIAZ wrote @ May 24th, 2008 at 8:08 pm

COOL STUFF!!! KEEP DOING MUSIC… THIS IS YOUR SIDE

  CAROL DEMPSEY wrote @ March 15th, 2008 at 8:14 am

I really appreciate this blog. I love the music.I really needed to know there is some value in rap music.Finally I hear up lifting lyrics in rap music.Carol

  Ramona wrote @ March 1st, 2008 at 12:02 pm

I love it! It’s just great…I want more like this.Thanks!

  Sandra Kheradi wrote @ February 23rd, 2008 at 3:42 pm

Amazing combination of lyrics and music – a real inspiration

  Jadranka wrote @ February 21st, 2008 at 12:02 pm

Through ‘March’, song composed by Seth Breitman, He invite us to experience
for a while His inner world of music that do contains fresh reflects on classic Kabbalah music in it’s background.

Thanks for this nice song
Jadranka

  Crystlle Medansky wrote @ February 18th, 2008 at 1:08 pm

Beautiful! I love the melody and the lyrics and my children unanimously agree! Thank you!

  jewwoman wrote @ February 18th, 2008 at 12:14 pm

B”H

WONDERFUL!! We need more positive music for our children’s generations….. Keep it up.

SHALOM TO EVERYONE AROUND THE WORLD!

WE WANT MOSHIACH NOW

  Eva Kalkman-Brylka wrote @ February 18th, 2008 at 5:47 am

I love it and hope that many many young people get this in their harts, this difference ( to other rap,which is hopeless) you discribe shortly and correct: WE HAVE TO OPEN THE DOOR !!! I wish you all strenght to go further.
love
Eva

  P.T. wrote @ February 15th, 2008 at 5:36 am

Very well done…I love the lyrics!

  Dexter wrote @ February 14th, 2008 at 12:18 pm

Good lyrics buddy

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