Sabbath Table Melodies

Yedid Nefesh[21]


Yedid Nefesh is a desperate prayer for the coming of the Messiah and the ultimate redemption. This song is normally sung at the Saturday afternoon meal (Se'udah Shlishit) and is also often recited in the synagogue on Friday afternoon prior to Kabbalat Shabbat prayers and on certain holidays. Learn to sing the melody in Hebrew or with transliteration. An English translation is also provided.

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