“גשם גשם מטפטף” חובה צפייה أغنية عبرية 2017 اغاني عبري روعه | أغنية إسرائيلي [HT The Washington Post]
Little more than a week after a crudely made video filmed by one of her young students was uploaded to YouTube, the Hebrew teacher of 17 years has become something of a social media sensation.
Her tune “Geshem Geshem Mitaftef” (translated as “rain, rain, dripping”), which repeats itself allowing the children to sing along, is now the third most popular clip in Israel on the video sharing site. It has nearly a million views.
And, it has drawn not a few copycats: From some of Israel’s popular musicians and comedians to a battalion of Israeli soldiers and even wedding party guests, people can’t stop humming “Geshem Geshem Mitaftef.”