Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

Diamond market in the ghetto
Star of david on my chest
Sex is kosher on the sabbath
Jewish princess in my nest
Like aunt golda high on zion
Milk and honey are my drugs
Relic box of einstein's hairdo
Spring prediction cloud of bugs

The heavens cry loud in the open
I hear the angels sing
Shalom be'israel shalom be'israel
Shalom la'olam shalom be'israel

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

Glory in the circumcision
Oops there goes a freudian slip
Army of lovers on a mission
Forty years of desert trips
Drinking from a stinking fountain
The kabbala and jezebel
Dancing horah on a mountain
Party like a bitch from hell

The heavens cry loud in the open
I hear the angels sing
Shalom be'israel shalom be'israel
Shalom la'olam shalom be'israel

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

The heavens cry loud in the open
I hear the angels sing
Shalom be'israel shalom be'israel
Shalom la'olam shalom be'israel

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem

Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem
Evenu shalom shalom
Shalom alechem



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Israelism Lyrics as written by ALEXANDER BENGT MAGNUS BARD, ANDERS WILHELM WOLLBECK, DOMINIKA PECZYNSKI, JEAN-PIERRE MICHEL BARDA, MICHAELA DORNONVILLE DE LA COUR

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