Hashemesh shel Faraj kora'at et hayam
Ba li lirkod, ba li shtuyot.
Pa'am sheyihiyeh li zman lihiyot g'dola,
sun of Faraj** tears up the sea
face with a cool stare
* In the film Shlagger, Ofra dates a dull student who bores her to tears.
She wants to dance and have a good time and he calls her a frecha,
something like a bimbo or a loose woman.
She says if wanting to dance and have fun makes me a frecha,
then I'm a frecha all the way.
And goes into the song, of course.
It's innocent and has nothing to do with being a bimbo.
** Faraj - or Shemesh Shel Faraj (Faraj's sun), was a popular Tel Aviv photo shop,
the "in" place to get wedding photos, etc. Its symbol was a setting sun.
*** smoke - A good apartment has air currents from all directions.
Since Tel Aviv air is polluted, it says smoke from all directions instead of air.
HAZA on the albums
Al Ahavot Shelanu (About Our Loves);
Album Hazahav (Gold Album)
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