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The Hits Just Keep On-A-Comin'



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I am going to regret this but I have to say that Orrin Hatch, Sen. (last century), has written a Jewish song for Hanukkah that is good.%uFFFD Not being Jewish I don't have any special way of knowing a bad Hanukkah song from a good Hanukkah song but if it sounds good and puts a smile on your face I suppose you have to give it a thumbs up.

This doesn't answer the question, with all the crap that is going on in Washington and battles raging on many fronts, where does Hatdch get the time to pen a Jewish Hanukkah ditty?%uFFFD I don't know but I will let you judge for your self.%uFFFD It is up beat and catchy and I think you will find yourself tapping your toes and clapping by the end.%uFFFD I must be going soft in the head but I will never get over former Attorney General John Ashcroft's singing his, "Let the eagle soar" song.%uFFFD I still have nightmares over that one. Oy vey!