Are you feeling love from your Seder Crew? Want to be in ours? At the Passover seder, we tell the story of our exodus from slavery in Egypt and carry on the same customs and traditions that our people have for centuries. But for us, one of the best parts is getting to spend the time together with all of our loved ones. Hoping you and your whole Seder crew will enjoy this one! This track is from our NEW ALBUM, SIX13 VOL. 7: BLESSINGS / BRACHOT, available NOW in Judaica stores everywhere and on iTunes! Don’t forget to post and share on Facebook and Twitter. Here’s the link: This song and all Six13 songs are completely a cappella — created with nothing but the human voice. 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 PRESS CONTACT: Michael Boxer (866) 266-5613 =========================== Credits: Guest stars: Rabbi Abraham Axelrud, Rochelle Axelrud, Fran Boxer, Herb Boxer, Max Boxer, Ruby Boxer, Adiv “Shmulie-O” Cederbaum, Amy Cederbaum, Alex Dinowitz, Jesse Dinowitz, Yitzy Kestenbaum, Simcha Schoenbrun, Rachel Stern, Amanda Warsawsky, Chaim Weinstein, Rachel Weinstein Based on “Shape Of You”, originally recorded by Ed Sheeran Music and original lyrics by Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Johnny McDaid, Kandi Burruss, Tameka Cottle and Kevin Briggs Adapted lyrics written by Elliot Olshansky Additional lyrics by Mike Boxer Arranged by Mike Boxer Lead vocals performed by Six13 Recorded by Mordy Weinstein, Colin Egan and Mike Boxer Edited by Jeff Eames Mixed by Alex Green Mastered by Dave Sperandio Produced by Mike Boxer for Six13 Video filmed and directed by Greg Starr Additional direction by Mike Boxer Edited by Rachel Chalhoub Special thanks to: our loving families, all the incredible audio and video production staff mentioned above, our alumni, Phil Kaplan, Jacob Kraus, Josh Sauer, Moshe Masri and MRM Music, Valerie Furman, the Cederbaum family for their hospitality as always, 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) 2017 Six13 =========================== Lyrics: I’ve cleaned the house and got rid of the chametz Now the seder’s where I go Me and my fam at the table eating matzah Like the Hebrews long ago Come over, we start Passover seder by blessing the wine Then we’re washing our hands Then we grab parsley, dip it in the salt water And break the middle matzah in half, now I’m singin’ like PRE-CHORUS: Girl, you know I want matzo Matzo balls hand-made by my bubbie for me Thanking G-d that we were freed Led out of slavery in Mitzrayim Say, boys, now we’ll drink four cups Spill for the plagues Then go on with the Maggid Thanking G-d that we were freed Thanking G-d that we were freed CHORUS: Feelin’ love from my Seder Crew Gonna rock out to Dayenu Chad Gadya and Adir Hu Next year in Yerushalayim Tonight, family fills the room And the kitchen smells like soup For eight days we’re saying thank you to G-d who Took us out of Mitzrayim (Mah nishtanah, mah nishtanah) Wash hands again before the meal can begin And eat the matzah our forefathers ate They had to leave swiftly, no time to add yeast Now we’ve got unleavened bread on the plate Take a bite of the maror to remember the horrors Of our lives as Egyptian slaves Add some charoset to that – sweet! – put it on matzo and then eat Hillel’s sandwich, then shulchan orech, and we’re singin’ like (PRE-CHORUS) (CHORUS) Dayenu and Chad Gadya and Adir Hu Feelin’ love from my Seder Crew Come on to the seder, come on Come on to the seder, come on Come on, bubbie, zaydie, come on Come on to the seder, come on (CHORUS) Dayenu and Chad Gadya and Adir Hu Feelin’ love from my Seder Crew