VIDEO: Bring Us Back – LIVE at the Tower of David, Jerusalem


An unforgettable moment of the night honoring Holocaust survivors present at the Tower of David, Jerusalem.

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(lyrics below)

Bring Us Back (By the Rivers of Babylon) was performed LIVE at the Tower of David to commemorate 10 years of music (Joshua Aaron) and celebrate Israel’s 70th year of statehood.

Written by Joshua Aaron (adaptation from Psalm 137:1-4)

Verse 1

By the rivers of Babylon

Here we sit and weep

Remembering days in Zion singing the Lord’s song

Verse 2

On the willows we hung our harps

Captives wishing to be free

They ask us to sing with gladness

The songs of Zion


Bring us back, bring us back

How can we sing in a foreign land

Bring is back


אִם-אֶשְׁכָּחֵךְ יְרוּשָׁלִָם– תִּשְׁכַּח יְמִינִי

Im eshkachech yerushalayim tishkach yemini

(If I forget you, Jerusalem, may my right hand forget its skill)


Bring us back, bring us back

How can we sing in a foreign land

Bring us back

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Joshua Aaron is an award winning, independent singer and Integrity Music songwriter. He resides near the Sea of Galilee with his wife and 4 children and continues to maintain citizenship with both the nation of Israel & the United States of America. His 2012 release “You Are Holy“ won Joshua two Independent Music Awards for his original songs, “Hoshiana“ and “You Are Holy“. His music videos continue to reach an international audience around the globe, amassing more than 1 million views each month on his YouTube channel. Joshua's chart topping album entitled "Every Tribe" reached #1 on iTunes for "world" genre and #1 on Amazon in three categories; International, Praise & Worship and Christian Contemporary Music upon it's release Dec. 16, 2016. This album, featuring Chief Joseph RiverWind, Michael Weaver (Big Daddy Weave) and John Schlitt (of Petra) is now available at, iTunes at and all digital stores.