Lyrics for “Sparks”
Fell apart It all fell apart Except for this piece You left in my heart And I hang on to it Everyday
There’s a beast in me He’s fighting the man The man who’s tryin’ to do good Tryin’ to understand That we can do his best to Bring you back down
And we’re just chasing sparks We’re just chasing those ancient sparks
Said come to the garden My sister, my wife And I’ll give you the finest things of your life And you can get lost in the goodness of me
Things got in the way The that we understood We failed to do the things that we should Now we’re strugglin’ everyday
And we’re just chasing sparks We’re just chasing those ancient sparks We’re just chasing sparks
Give us so much of the things we must learn Gonna hold on to this long as I can Things we can teach them So much more we can learn Gonna hold on to this long as I can We need to fall apart Just to make our hearts yearn
Sometimes I fall apart (Sometimes I fall apart) (Sometimes I fall apart)
Sometimes I fall apart (Sometimes I fall apart)
And we’re just chasing sparks We’re just chasing those ancient sparks We’re just chasing sparks We’re just chasing those ancient sparks
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The students of the Akiva Trip were treated to an impromptu concert featuring chart-topping super star Alex Clare on the balcony of the Aish HaTorah building overlooking the Western Wall.
The violinist is Miriam Hershkop, one of the trips leaders.
Alex Clare’s break though song “Too Close” was the featured theme for Microsoft Explorer, and was listed on numerous “Top 10” charts across the globe. He is currently on sabbatical, studying in a Yeshiva in Jerusalem. As a guest speaker for Rabbi Klatzko’s Akiva Trip, Alex enthralled the visiting American college students with his journey to the top of the music world, followed by the challenges that faced him when the demands of the industry jeopardized his Shabbat observance.
Alex inspired the Akiva Trip with his soulful melodies as well as his commitment to Jewish values. Prioritizing holy and eternity over fleeting fame, Alex exemplified to the students the importance and role of Judaism in their lives, a lesson not soon forgotten!
(Alex also promoted www.Shabbat.com , Rabbi Klatzko’s social network and app, that helps people find places for Shabbat across the globe)