We might not be having any cake, but really, it’s all about the ocean.

Passover is a time to celebrate the many miracles performed for us when we were led out of Egypt. We’re especially psyched about one in particular: how we crossed the Sea of Reeds when G-D SPLIT THE OCEAN!

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This song and all Six13 songs are completely a cappella — created with nothing but the human voice.

Speaking of which, check out our brand new album! It’s called Six13, Vol. 6: Thirteen. We’re extremely proud of it and hope you’ll buy one at Aderet Music or download it on iTunes!

Anchored by a strong Jewish identity and driven by a mission to connect Jews around the globe with their heritage through music, professional Jewish a cappella group Six13 are the originators of today’s Jewish a cappella sound. They’ve performed to rave reviews for millions of people — at synagogues, religious schools, major sports events, JCCs, fundraising events, B’nai Mitzvah and private affairs alike, received numerous awards for their five best-selling CDs, and been selected as finalists for casting in NBC’s “The Sing-Off”. To find out more about how to bring Six13 to your community for an event that’s truly unforgettable, visit http://www.six13.com.

Michael Boxer
(866) 266-5613



“Baby Seder”
Special guest stars:

Max Boxer
Ruby Boxer
Alex Dinowitz
Jesse Dinowitz
Jillian Garfinkel
Jaidyn Solinsky
Leor Zaslow

Based on “Cake By The Ocean”, originally recorded by DNCE
Music and original lyrics by Joe Jonas, Robin Fredriksson, Mattias Larrson and Justin Tranter
Adapted lyrics written by Mike Boxer
Additional lyrics by Spencer Garfield and Eric Dinowitz
Arranged by Mike Boxer
Lead vocals performed by Six13
Recorded by Mordy Weinstein
Edited and mixed by Alex Green
Mastered by Dave Sperandio
Produced by Mike Boxer for Six13

Video directed and produced by
Jeremy Horowitz – Top Shelf Productions
Additional direction by Mike Boxer
Filmed by Jeremy Horowitz and Eitan Rubin

Special thanks to: our loving families, all the incredible audio and video production staff mentioned above, our alumni, Phil Kaplan, Jacob Kraus, Josh Sauer, Aderet Music, the Weinstein family, and all of our special guest starts and their families.

Six13 is:
Mike Boxer | Eric Dinowitz | Robert Operman
Craig Resmovits | Jacob Spadaro | Mordy Weinstein

(c) 2016 Six13



Let’s go
Ready for eight days without a bagel
Tell the story, gather round the table
Of how we gave the slip to bad old Pharoah, Pharoah

It’s time for the matza feast, it’s time for the matza feast
Ain’t got no risen yeast, ain’t got no risen yeast
Gonna dip some parsley, gonna dip it twice, you see
‘Cause you know that He split the sea and He set my people free


What could be greater?
I can’t wait to go to the seder, whoa
Break that matza, save some for later
Find afikomen, now that G-d split the ocean

Count those ten plagues, sir
We’ll rock the house when we sing Dayenu, whoa
Over 200 years of hard labor
I’m leaving Goshen, because G-d split the ocean

G-d said
“Let my people go”, he spoke through Moses
And ’cause of His outstretching arm and strong hand
We crossed the parted sea of reeds on dry land, dry land

Waste wine for the plagues, you see, waste wine for the plagues, you see
Eat rice if you’re Sefardi, eat rice if you’re Sefardi
Ain’t got no bread to eat, ’cause we left so quick-a-ly
And you know that He split the sea and He set my people free


Ma nishtana
Find afikomen, now that G-d split the ocean
Ma nishtana
I’m leaving Goshen, because G-d split the ocean

Count those plagues, girl


Chazeret, charoset, and maror taste so great
Z’roa, and beitza, and karpas on the plate
Chazeret, charoset…
I’m leaving Goshen, because G-d split the ocean