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When Star Wars and Hanukkah come together for the holiday

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What do Star Wars and Hanukkah have in common? Seemingly, nothing. Unless you are the Jewish acapella band Six13 and make this creative video!

Star Wars and Hanukkah

Different Jewish bands are always coming up with unique music videos and songs for the Jewish holidays. The band Six13 is known to have creative videos. They have done Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody for a Hanukkah video. They have created a Game of Thrones Passover. And now, Six13 made a Star Wars themed Hanukkah music video! Whether you’re a Star Wars fan or not, this is definitely an original and entertaining video.

Lyrics

Hanukkah blessings:
Baruch ata Hashem Elokeinu, (Blessed are You, Lord our God), Melech haolam (King of the universe) Asher kidishanu bemitzvotav (Who has sanctified us with His commandments) Vitzivanu lehadlik ner shel Chanukah (And commanded us to kindle the Chanukah light).

She’asita la’avoteinu bayamim haheim (Who performed miracles for our forefathers in those days) baz’man hazeh (at this time).

Sov, sov, sov, sevivon, sevivon (Spin, spin, spin, dreidel, dreidel). Chanukah hu chag tov, sevivon (Chanukah is a great holiday, dreidel). Chag simcha hu la’am (It is a happy holiday for the nation). Nes gadol haya sham (A great miracle happened there). Sov, sov, sevivon, sevivon.

Ma’oz tzur y’shuati (Mighty stronghold of my salvation). L’cha na’eh l’shabe’ach (To praise You is a delight). Tikon beit t’filati (Restore my house of prayer). V’sham todah n’zabe’ach (And there we will bring an offering of thanks). Rock of Ages, praise Your saving power. Furious they assailed, but Your armor veiled us. And Your word broke their sword when our own strength failed us. Yes, Your word broke their sword when our own strength failed us. Rock of Ages, let our song praise Your saving power.

Al hanisim, v’al hapurkan, v’al hag’vurot, (For the miracles, and for the redemption, and for the mighty deeds). V’al hat’shu’ot, v’al hamilchamot (and for the saving acts, and for the wonders), She’asita la’avoteinu (which performed miracles for our forefathers). Bayamim haheim baz’man hazeh (in those days, at this time). (HANUKKAH BLESSINGS) Shehecheyanu v’kiy’manu (He has granted us life, sustained us), v’higiyanu laz’man hazeh (and enabled us to reach this day). Amen!