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- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Shlomo
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Incidentally, the novelist was born Solomon, "known as Shloime or Shloimke and later as Saul," in Atlas's words, and his uncles later "added an -s to their surname, modeling themselves after Charlie Bellows, a well-known Chicago criminal lawyer who had once been the Bellows' neighbor.
It's certainly not a typical song the beat can grab you and the vocals are cute with Shloime and Pruz bending notes with electric tinges added to their vocals for effect.
Hudi Greenber and Avi Stewart both solo and Shloime I believe joins in too on this ballad.
A (Yeshivish) rock tune starts of with a nice choir and moves into vocals by Shloime belting out the title of the song.
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