For all the time that you kept us enslaved, and all the backbreaking labor you gave - forget your hardened heart, my friend, for goodness sake, because you don’t want to bring on all of these plagues.
A few hundred years is quite enough and through it all we didn’t give up our faith and tradition. You can’t stop our mission. We’re ready to be moving on to the land of milk and honey. We’re not gonna look back, Pharaoh, you should know that our G-d’s going to smite you with blood and lice and frogs until you free us, because slavery is wrong.
You’ve taken quite a heavy blow and there are seven plagues to go. We must embark before you end up in the dark. So if you like the way your kingdom looks Pharaoh, you should let my people go. And if you’re thinking of still holding on - well, Pharaoh, you should let my people go.
We gotta go, pack up quickly, did you hear the new decree? It said we’re no longer welcome in Egypt, we’re walking free. All of those years laying bricks led us here to this destiny. Part of the plan for the land we were promised. Sing out like we’re crossing the Red Sea, because we travel back relive our history.
When you believe, you’re part of the story. Yeah we crossed the water but on dry ground. So let’s go celebrate Pesach now! Story, our story, story, yeah we crossed the water but on dry ground.
So let’s go celebrate Pesach now! Why do we lean eating matzah and herbs, drinking four cups of wine? That’s why we lean. Ask four questions and dip, no way we’ll finish by nine when you believe you are part of the story.