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Psalms Chapter 6 תְּהִלִּים

To the Chief Musician. With stringed instruments. Upon the Sh’minit. A Psalm of David.

1 Yahuah (*), do not rebuke me in Your anger, nor punish me in the heat of Your fury.

2 Have mercy on me, HaShem, for I am weak; heal me Adonai for my bones are dismayed

3 My soul is completely terrified; and You, O Lord—how long?

4 Return, O Lord, rescue my soul! Save me for the sake of Your Lovingkindness

5 For there is no memory of You in death; In Sheol who will give thanks to You?

6 I am weary with my groaning; All night I flood my bed with tears, drench my couch till it swims

7 My eye is dim because of grief; It grows weak because of all my enemies.

8 Depart from me, all you workers of iniquity; for HaShem has heard the voice of my weeping.

9 Yahuah (*) has heard my pleading; Adonai will accept my prayer

10 Let all my enemies be ashamed and greatly terrified; they will turn back and be suddenly put to shame.



A-Capella version


(*) Note:

When you hear the word transcribed as “Yahuah”

The accurate pronunciation  of יהוה is not clear, and many debates turn around because of it (not with me).
However, I took the musical freedom to use one possibility.
I transliterate anyway depending on the musical flow flexible the name יהוה, (Adonai, HaShem, Lord, God or as here Yahuah)
So, take it as it is – I believe He will not send anyone to hell because of not using the accurate pronunciation. Heaven would be very empty if so.

Never mind, If you don’t like it, no-one force you to listen to my music.