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Hava Nagila Chords

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Hava Nagilah by Moshe Nathanson, One of the greatest Jewish Cliché ever. Yes, it is HAVA
NIGALA. But what exactly it is? Regardless religiousness or no, Hava Nagila has become
a Jewish anthem. All began with a 12 years old boy, born in Jerusalem, son of a Rabbi 
Nahum composed the lyric as a homework assignment his name was Moshe Nathanson (1899-1981).
HAVA NAGILA was inspired based on the psalm 118, verse 24 “zeh hayom asah Ashen nagila 
ve nishmecha bo” (translation from Hebrew to English: “this is the day the Lord has made; 
let us rejoice and be glad in it.”). Watch the Video and appreciate it.

E 022100
E7 020100
Am x02210
Dm x00231
F 133211


[Verse 1]

E               E7
Hava nagilah hava
        Am
nagilah hava
                E7  Dm   E
nagilah venismecha


[Verse 2]

E               E7
Hava nagilah hava
        Am
nagilah hava
                E7  Dm   E
nagilah venismecha


[Verse 3]

E
Hava neranenah
Dm
Hava neranenah
Dm
Hava
Dm
Neranenah
E
venismecha

E
Hava neranenah
Dm
Hava neranenah
Dm
Hava
Dm
Neranenah
E
venismecha


[Verse 5]

Am
U'ru u'ru achim
Am
U'ru achim belev sameach
Am
U'ru achim belev sameach
E
U'ru achim belev sameach
E
U'ru achim belev sameach
E
U'ru achim u'ru achim

F        E      Am
Belev sameach

Translation
Hava Nagila (Let’s rejoice)
Nagila venismecha (Be glad)
Hava neranena (Let’s sing)
Uru, achim (Wake up brothers)
Uru achim belev sameach
(Wake up brothers with happy heart)
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TheSweeney 1,436 Jan 17, 2014 06:08 PM

6 Stars of David

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michaelyisrael 484 Jan 18, 2014 08:59 AM

Thank a lot. I am glad to assist you.

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barbilucas 10 Apr 22, 2016 09:42 AM

one of my favourite songs. I loved singing it at school, although we didn't get the words right! We sang he lishma ha, instead of bel sameach!

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