Broza’s mother, Sharona Aron, was one of Israel’s first folksingers, and the first to also play guitar. She hosted American folk legends like Pete Seeger, Odetta, and Harry Belafonte at their home when David was a kid.
"I learned Ve'ulai from my mother", David explained.
"I had never recorded it, so I jumped on the chance to contribute the track to Pioneers for a Cure".
Ve'ulai was written by one of modern Israel's first poets, Rachel Bluwstein Sela, better known as "Rahel"
The music was written by Yehuda Shertok Sharet
Veulai lo hayu hadvarim meolam
Veulai lo hishkamti im shachar lagan
Le'avdo beze'at apay...
Shel Kinneret sheli, hoy Kinneret sheli
Heyayit o chalamti chalom
I never rose at dawn to plant the fields with my
And perhaps these things never happened
Never did I purify myself in your azure waters
Perhaps it was a dream, my Kinneret.