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Hanukah Songsheets

You can use this page to create your own custom Hanukah songsheet. (In the near future, we hope to make a wide variety of songs available.)

The way it works is this: You choose which songs you want and the style in which you want them printed. Then this server instantly creates a PDF songsheet with exactly the songs you want.

You can download as many songsheets as you want, as often as you want. If you want a song that isn't here, please contact liturgy@lashon.net,

Please contact webmaster@lashon.net with any technical questions.

You can select up to ten songs.

(Please wait 30 seconds after asking for your songsheet.)

Al HaNissim Taken from the liturgy, this is a popular song (and Israeli folk dance) thanking God for saving us.
Banu Chosech L'garesh While not too common in the US, this is a very popular song in Israel. It talks of banishing the darkness.
Hanukkah Blessings These two blessings are recited when the Hanukkah candles are lit.
I Have a Little Dreidl This is perhaps the best-known English-only Hanukkah song. There are dozens of verses floating around (try making up your own!), but only the first verse is presented here.
Ki Imcha Though not particularly well known, and not even specifically intended for Hanukkah, this wonderfully simple song about light is perfect for singing around the Hanukkah candles
Latke Ditties This is a (wonderful) parody on the song O Chanukah.
Maoz Tzur Perhaps the most well-known Hanukkah song, Maoz Tzur actually consists of several verses. Here is the first verse, in Hebrew.
Mi Y'malel This is probably the second-most-well-known Hanukah song, next to Maoz Tsur. (It can also be sung as a seven part round. If you have enough singers, give it a try!)
Ner Li A simple melodic song from Israel.
O Chanukah An English version of the Yiddish Oi Chanukah. The words, while not a translation, are roughly based on the Yiddish.
Oi Chanukah A traditional Yiddish Hanukah song.
Rock of Ages An English version of Maoz Tzur, again with words based on the Hebrew.
Svivon Sov Sov Sov A simple and fun Hanukah song, very popular in Israel, and gaining popularity elsewhere. (For a change of pace, trying singing this one very slowly and melodically at first!)
Who can Retell An English version of Mi Y'malel, with words based on the Hebrew.



I want the normal layout.

I want a smaller font, and no music, so more songs will fit on each page.

(Coming soon: you'll be able to choose the font-size and the spacing!)

We used to offer PostScript and GIF options. If you think you need either of these, let us know.

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