LYRIC

THAT’S MY BOY- Sung & Composed By Moshe Yess- Megama (1980)

That’s my boy,
That’s my little boy,
With the Rabbis all around him-
That’s my boy.

Eight days old,
Only eight days old,
With the Rabbis and the Mohel-
That’s my boy.

CHORUS:
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.

And that’s my boy,
That’s my little boy,
With his Tallis and his Tefillin-
That’s my boy.

Just thirteen,
He’s just thirteen,
Now he’s reading from the Torah-
That’s my boy.

CHORUS:
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.

And that’s my boy,
That’s my little boy,
Now he’s underneath the Chuppah-
That’s my boy.
So very young,
So very young,
With his bride, his wedding ring-
That’s my boy.

CHORUS:
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.

And that’s his boy,
That’s his little boy,
With the Rabbis all around him-
That’s his boy.
Eight days old,
Just eight days old,
With the Rabbis and the Mohel-
That’s his boy.

CHORUS:
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.
We make a Kiddush on the wine
And we say a little prayer,
And we pray to G-d to keep him safe from harm.