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  • In Jerusalem,March in 2001 ,a person called the number I had back then &through; her crying I could only understand that the person has dialled a wrong number. That day there were two terror attacks that happened in Jerusalem. .. Only years later that I made a connection in my mind. Yes this is dedicated to that person who called my number.
    I do not know your name
    And maybe we will never meet in person ...
    But I do remember your voice ..
    I do remember that phone call on morning of March in Jerusalém
    After so many years it is still
    Alive in the air
    It is your voice that has showed me that there is only one reasom in this life that is really important
    And that is love.
    I thank you
    I love you

    Meet me in that tomorrow
    when I would be waiting for bus

    When people won't hide their smiles
    and tired eyes will be
    looking at you running to meet me.

    Don't rush through streets
    Your feet are as devastated
    as my heart
    You will hear my voice among
    Many sounds of these
    Broken telephone lines
    That are caught in the air

    One more traffic light
    And there you will be

    You are seeing them and
    Do not recognize me
    For i remained in the middle
    Of telephone calls that are
    Still heard in the air
    This wind of spring
    will hug you
    For me
    And you will know
    That I will always be free
    and next time you will
    dial the right number
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