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Avadim Hayinu
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Total Playing Time: 1:08 (mm:ss)   Original Key: D Minor

Item Description: A joyous klezmer accompaniment track to the traditional Passover freedom song, often sung as part of the Seder. This arrangement includes clarinet, piano, acoustic guitar, upright bass, and drums. After a short clarinet introduction, the whole song is played twice through.

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Lyrics:
Avadim hayinu, hayinu.
Ata b'ney chorin, b'ney chorin.
Avadim hayinu.
Ata, ata b'ney chorin.
Avadim hayinu.
Ata, ata b'ney chorin.
Ata, ata b'ney chorin.

Translation: We were slaves to Pharaoh. Now we are free!