So you had seen the movie even though you don't remember the music, yes it was more of the traditional type, and the " windex" was a good sign, because the girl thought all the crazy side of her family would repell the guy, buy she understood that he took them so well and the fac that even he used that made her understand that she didn't need to worry about any thing.
Sushiko your introducing the Hebrew expressions is very interesting, I am learning about the words and expressions that I might not be able to learn through my prolog books, but then I have to go back to the books as well.
So I should say: Toda sl kol ma she katavta I remeber this song from Haim Moshe I guess:
Toda al kol ma she natata, al or einaim, chaver or staim, al ma she yesh li be'olam
Wow, see, the songs just come to my resque, they just have the structures, but wehen you point that out I get it, they songs are a beautiful medium for being exposed to the language, I am so happy for all these years of listening to my songs over and over and over, you know, maybe one day I will become a singer and sing in Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Hindi and Turkish, all for our region
My G-d Sushiko, last night you don't know what happened. VOA Persian interviewed an israeli-Iranian artist, her name is Hanna Jahanforooz, she sings in Hebrew, Persian and English, and the program showed this song called" Darvish" and Darvish is someome who is into mysticism, who leads a very simple life and dances to all the tunes of natures, prising life and creation and the creator, the song was extraordinarily beautiful. I really want you to see her works as well this is her website: www.thehannamusic.com, She was all smiles and she was so honest and so positive. She somehow did remind me of Ofra-haza and Rita, she had something of them as well, and she had her unique quality. This song called darvish was filmed in Turkey, where one of the most prominent Persian speaking poets and mystical persona " Roomi" is burried. She said the lanes reminded her of Iran and you see her sing in the alleys, such a beautiful song it was.
Ei'ze Yoffi, Eze yoffi, E'ze kef!!!