"Hava Nagila" is a Jewish folk song, usually played at Bar Mitzvah celebrations, weddings, and other such gatherings. The tune originated in Eastern Europe in the late seventeenth century. The modern Hebrew lyrics were written in Palestine at the end of the First World War.
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