Idan Amedi- Baby, This Song Is Dedicated To You
Batya came to the studio with a framed picture,
At the left end of the frame Ofek and Itamar,
Against the backdrop of the Valley Mountains, smiling despite five days of grueling exercise.
At the far right I, an exhausted reservist who has a hard time hiding my fatigue.
A casual picture that if it were not for the case, it is doubtful if we would have known of its existence.
The late Major Ofek Aharon was a man and a commander blessed with talents. He loved to parachute and dive, plan and implement plans.
And it is said of him that he loved and cared for his soldiers as if they were his children.
A month after the horrific shooting accident in the 'Egoz' unit, his fiancée, Batya Schwartz, approached me.
Her wish was to write a song in his memory and commemoration.
In recent days I have asked Batya countless questions, in an attempt to understand who Ofek was and who they were as a couple.
In the end she misses little things.
For some sunny day together in Central America.
To a red heart on WhatsApp.
To his laugh.
Batya and Ofek were due to get married in July this year.
She concludes her obituary with the words:
'Baby, this song is dedicated to you,
Because you definitely did everything in your way.'
Good listening, Amedi ♥ ️
Idan Amedi (born February 19, 1988, Adar 5758) is an Israeli singer-songwriter, musician, composer, songwriter and actor.
Amedi was born and raised in the city of Jerusalem and lived there until the end of his military service.
Amedi specializes in various martial arts, including taekwondo and Thai boxing.
The beginning of Amedi's career as a singer and creator was in an audition for "A Star Is Born" in which Amadi performed the song "Keev Shel Lohamim", which later won the 70th song in the Galgalatz parade.
Amedi is one of the most prominent and respected composers in the music industry in Israel today.
Eilat Guitar Festival, Guest: Ehud Banai
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