Six13 | A Lion King Passover

From the guys who brought you “Bohemian Chanukah”: IT IS TIME… time for everyone’s favorite unleavened holiday, and of course, the traditional Six13 music video to go along with it. Here’s hoping this seder-y serenade from our pride of Jews helps to heighten your own Jewish pride. Please enjoy our most hakuna matata-ful production to date. CHAG SAMEACH!

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Special thanks to the Horowitz family of Warwick, NY and the Sauer family of Franklin Lakes, NJ


Anchored by a strong Jewish identity and driven by a mission to connect Jews around the globe with their heritage through music, professional Jewish a cappella group Six13 are the originators of today’s Jewish a cappella sound. They’ve performed to rave reviews at the White House for Barack and Michelle Obama, and millions more at synagogues, religious schools, JCCs, fundraising events, B’nai Mitzvah and private affairs alike, received numerous awards for their seven best-selling CDs, and been selected as finalists for casting in NBC’s “The Sing-Off”. To find out more about bringing Six13 to your community for an event that’s truly unforgettable, visit

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Based on “Circle of Life”, “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King” and “Hakuna Matata” from the movie “The Lion King”
Music by Elton John
Original lyrics by Tim Rice
Adapted lyrics written by Elliot Olshansky, Mike Boxer, Nathaniel Ribner and Eric Dinowitz
Music arranged by Mike Boxer
Lead vocals performed by Mike Boxer, Mordy Weinstein, Phil Kaplan, Josh Sauer, Jacob Spadaro, Lior Melnick, Nathaniel Ribner and Craig Resmovits
Recorded by Mike Boxer, Mordy Weinstein and Jacob Spadaro
Edited by Jeff Eames, Eames Audio
Mixed by Ed Boyer
Mastered by Dave Sperandio, Vocal Mastering
Produced by Mike Boxer for Six13
Video filmed, directed, edited and produced by David Khabinsky of Daled Studio (
Additional direction by Mike Boxer and Jacob Spadaro

(c) 2019 Six13

Special thanks to: our loving families, our incredible fans, all the amazing audio and video production staff mentioned above, our alumni, the Sauer family, the Horowitz family, Aviva Axelrud, Genna Singer, Camp Settoga, PSE&G, Disney, Elton John, Tim Rice, and Hashem, without whom no things are possible.

Six13 is:
Mike Boxer | Eric Dinowitz | Phil Kaplan
Lior Melnick | Craig Resmovits | Nathaniel RiBNER
Josh Sauer | Jacob Spadaro | Mordy Weinstein

(c) 2019 Six13



Ma nishtana halailah hazeh (What makes this night different)
mikol haleilot? (from all other nights?)
Mi Chamocha, nedar bakodesh, (Who is like You, glorious in holiness,)
nora t’hilot? (awesome in praises?)
Ma nishtana halailah? (What makes this night different?)

In the days we prepare for the seder
It seems like we’ll never be done
There’s more to clean than can ever be cleaned
Grab a candle and search for the crumbs

When the seder table is ready
And all the chametz has been found
Our family arrives, and the sun leaves the sky
At the table, we’ll gather around

For the seder tonight
Passover retold
With our prayers of hope
Thanking G-d above

And the seder plate
Helps us tell our story
At the seder
The seder tonight

Now, Pharaoh, you’re a mighty king, but I’m telling you, beware
You come into my palace making threats, Moses, you dare?
Your days of making Jews your slaves are done forevermore
And if you challenge G-d, ten plagues will shake you to your core

I’m telling you, you’d best listen to me
Or G-d will bring your kingdom to its knees
It’s time to let my people go, you see
‘Cause we just can’t wait to be free

We’re eating the matzah!
For eight nights and days
We’re eating the matzah!
So put that bread away

We had to hurry from the land we were slaves
So we’re chametz-free, culinarily
I’m eating a matzah

And who doesn’t love some good matzah?
What’s a matzah?
Nothin’. What’s a matzah with you?

We had to hurry from the land we were slaves
So we’re chametz-free, culinarily
We’re eating the matzah!

And the seder plate
Helps us tell our story
At the seder
The seder tonight

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