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Lechoo Yeladim is a Hebrew song from Here Comes A Song.

The words "Lechoo", "Imdoo", "Rutso" and "Yeladim" mean "Walk", "Stop", "Run" and "Children" in Hebrew.

Song Lyrics and Transcript

Anthony: In Hebrew, "lechoo" means to walk, and "yeladim" means children.

So when you hear Greg sing, "lechoo, yeladim", it means "walk, children".

Now, when you hear Greg sing "imdoo", that means you have to stop.

And stand still just like a statue.

(piano plays)

Greg: Lechoo, lechoo yeladim, lechoo, yeladim

Lechoo, lechoo yeladim, lechoo, yeladim

Imdoo, imdoo, imdoo, yeladim

Imdoo, imdoo, imdoo, yeladim

Anthony: Now, "rutso" means to run. So when you hear Greg sing "rutso, yeladim", run, children.

Greg: Rutso, rutso, yeladim, rutso yeladim

Rutso, rutso, yeladim, rutso yeladim

Imdoo, imdoo, imdoo, yeladim

Imdoo, imdoo, imdoo, yeladim

Anthony: Why don't we walk around one more time to "lechoo, yeladim".

(piano plays)

Lechoo, lechoo yeladim, lechoo, yeladim

Lechoo, lechoo yeladim, lechoo, yeladim

Imdoo, imdoo, imdoo, yeladim

Imdoo, imdoo, imdoo, yeladim

Song Credits

Here Comes a Song

Dorothy the Dinosaur's Party

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22 Lechoo Yeladim

Trivia

  • This song is part of the Let's Wiggle book.
  • The 1992 Version Plays in C while the 2007 Version plays in D

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