"Jerusalem" as written by and Herb Alpert....
barouh atat adonai (barouh atat adonai)
barouh aba yeroushalaim (barouh aba yeroushalaim) (2x)

from the bible to the Coran
revelation in jerusalem
shalom salamalekoum
you can see christians, jews, and muslins
living together and praying Amen
let's gives thanks and praises

barouh atat adonai
barouh aba yeroushalaim
barouh atat adonai
barouh aba yeroushalaim
jerusalem here i am
jerusalem je t'aime
jerusalem here i am
jerusalem je t'aime

israela yakirati
israela yakirati
ani ohev otarh
israela yakirati

israela yakirati
israela yakirati
israela yakirati
ani ohev otarh
israela yakirati

from the bible to the Coran
revelation time
shalom salamalekoum
you can see christians, jews, and muslins
living together and praying Amen
let's gives thanks and praises

Refrão

israela yakirati
israela yakirati
ani ohev otarh
israela yakirati

israela yakirati
israela yakirati
israela yakirati
ani ohev otarh
israela yakirati

jerusalem here i am
jerusalem je t'aime
jerusalem here i am
jerusalem je t'aime


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"Jerusalem" as written by Alistair Mcmordie Sinead O'connor

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    My OpinionHe's obviously preaching for unity and peace between the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Islam and Christianity. He's singing in multiple languages to reach the widest audience possible and unite people of different nationalities and races as well.

    I'm not a religious person but I find Blondy fascinating and support his message of peace and love that focuses on the positive aspects of faith.
    LC808on December 13, 2012   Link

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