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Sim Shalom by Mah Tovu

Sim Shalom Mah Tovu The Amidah, the central section of every Jewish worship service, always ends with Birkat Shalom, a blessing of peace. IT expresses our deepest yearning for shalom, for wholeness – in our personal relationships, among our people Israel, and for the entire universe. Intro E A F#m A B7sus B7 Chorus: E A A Sim Sha-lom To-vah u- v’ra-cha F#m A F#m B7 Chein va-che-sed V’ra-cha-mim A F#m B7 E A-lei-nu v’al kol Yis-ra-el a-me-cha G#m A V’tov b’ei’ne’cha G#m A L’va-reich et am-cha Yis-ra-el F#m C#m B’chol eit u- v’chol sha-ah F#m B7sus B7 Bi-sh’lo-me-cha Chorus G#m A G#m A Ba-ruch a- ta A-do- nai F#m C#m Ha-m’va-reich et a-mo Yis-ra-el F#m B7sus B7 ba-sha-lom, ba-sha-lom Chorus (Grant peace, goodness and blessing, grace and love and mercy to us and to all Your people Israel. May it be good in Your eyes to bless Your people Israel at all times with Your peace. Blessed are You, Adonai our God, who blesses Your people Israel with peace.)