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Six13 - A Billy Joel Passover

Sing us a song for the seder, man! Celebrating our freedom and 50 years of the #PianoMan himself, the one and only @Billy Joel, with a few of his greatest hits. ๐ŸŽน Billy is one of our musical heroes (not to mention a member of the tribe!), so this one's very special to us. #ChagSameach!

All Six13 songs are 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 at the White House for Barack and Michelle Obama, and ten of thousands more at synagogues, religious schools, JCCs, fundraising events, B'nai Mitzvah and private affairs alike. Theyโ€™ve received numerous awards for their eight best-selling CDs, been selected as finalists for casting in NBC's "The Sing-Off", and garnered more than 20 million views online.

Music and original lyrics by Billy Joel Six13โ€™s lyrics by Elliot Olshansky, Nathaniel Ribner and Mike Boxer Arranged by Mike Boxer Recorded by Six13 Edited by Alex Green Mixed by Ed Boyer Produced by Mike Boxer

Video filmed, directed, edited and produced by David Khabinsky, Daled Studios Special thanks to Hashem, our loving families, all our incredible audio and video production staff, our alumni, our amazing fans, all of our music teachers, SAR High School, Mark Rivera, Scott Shannon, and the great Billy Joel.

Six13 is:

Mike Boxer | Carl Haber

Lior Melnick | Chaim Moskowitz

Craig Resmovits | Nathaniel Ribner

Josh Sauer | Mordy Weinstein

(c) 2022 Six13


It's 9:00 on a Seder day

The annual crowd's shuffled in

There's a zaidy sitting next to me

Making kiddush for all of his kin

He says "sons, do you have any inquiries?"

Like why we trade bread for matzot?

And this maror we eat, dipping bitter in sweet

Or why we don't keep the door closed?

Oh, ma, ma, ma nishtana

La da di di dayenu

G-d set us free from the Pharaoh man

That's why we rejoice tonight

And Jews, although pursued by the enemy,

With G-d's help, it turned out alright

Nation of Israel was tired and sore

Praying for redemption someday

Moshe Rabbeinu came and burst through door

He said, "hey, let us out of this country"

Ah, but saying no to G-d brought on a plague attack (-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack)

You oughta know by now

All that hard work gave us broken backs

But then we were gone in a hurry

Well, the Pharaoh, he changed his mind

Yeah, but we never had a doubt

Matzah, 'cause bread can't rise up, it's time...

To move out

Ooh, we're movin' out

Out of Egypt

Clean the house, change pans, "Strangers in a Strange Land"

Celebration, Jewish liberation

Reading from the Haggadah, "Adir Hu" and "Chad Gadya"

Ten plagues, four sons, who knows one? I know one!

K-P, house clean, "father bought for two zuzim"

Gefen, Lieber's and Kedem, next year in Jerusalem

"Dayenu", charoset, we sold all of our chametz

Tell me, what is all this for? I can't take much more maror!

G-d set a bush on fire

Moses saw it burning,

Still today we're learning

G-d set a bush on fire

And when we are gone

We'll see the flame live on, and on, and on, and on...

Four cups of red?

Four cups of white?

This night is different from all other nights

It's 'cause of what G-d did for us

When we made our Exodus


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