LYRIC

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE- Tzlil V’zemer Boys Choir- Composed By Yitzy Bald- Vol 6/ It’s Never Too Late

I look around the crowded Shul
My thoughts just drift away,
I can picture him
Lying there in bed,
It was so hard to breath or speak
My father, weak and frail,
His final words
Still echoed in my head.

CHORUS:
Please return to Yiddishkeit,
Your way of living is just not right,
With open arms we all will welcome you.
It’s never too late for a fresh start,
Just find a feeling in your heart,
Please come back to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.

We discussed my life so many times
You always look so sad
You wanted my next child
To have the best.
You tried to show that I was wrong
For going far astray
And did not honor your final request.

CHORUS:
Please return to Yiddishkeit,
Your way of living is just not right,
With open arms we all will welcome you.
It’s never too late for a fresh start,
Just find a feeling in your heart,
Please come back to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.

Oh, father, how I wish you were alive
To share with me
My children are the Nachas
You hoped they all would be
You left with deep emotions
Your eyes were streaming tears
I realized now
I wasted all these years.

CHORUS:
Please return to Yiddishkeit,
Your way of living is just not right,
With open arms we all will welcome you.
It’s never too late for a fresh start,
Just find a feeling in your heart,
Please come back to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.

The crowd is hushed as he comes in
He has a smile so wide
Eight days old
As cute as he can be
With a trembling voice, my blessings said
I am filled with awe and pride
And I feel you standing here
Right next to me.

CHORUS:
Please return to Yiddishkeit,
Your way of living is just not right,
With open arms we all will welcome you.
It’s never too late for a fresh start,
Just find a feeling in your heart,
Please come back to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.

Oh, father, how I wish you were alive
To share with me
I feel your presence at this Simcha
Smiling happily
It took so long but now I see
Your words are all so true
And as I cry…
I name him after you.

CHORUS:
Please return to Yiddishkeit,
Your way of living is just not right,
With open arms we all will welcome you.
It’s never too late for a fresh start,
Just find a feeling in your heart,
Please come back to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.
Please come back to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.