If my voice were louder,
If my body stronger,
I would tear through the streets,
Crying: Peace, Peace, Peace.
Volt ikh gehat koyekh,
Volt ikh gelofn in di gasn,
Volt ikh geshrign sholem,
Sholem, Sholem, Sholem.
Lu haya li koach,
Hayiti ratsa barechov,
Hayiti tsoeket shalom,
Shalom, Shalom, Shalom.
This song - in English, Yiddish, and Hebrew - was written by Jewish singer, musician, and activist Adrienne Cooper. It comes from a much older Shabbat tune. Adrienne Cooper was a leader in Workmen's Circle and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice.
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