Here is a recording of Sarah W. from Michigan, age 14 singing the song, “Eli, Eli”, by Hannah Szenes.

 Hannah Szenes (or Chana Shenesh) was a Hungarian Jew who was a heroine of the Holocaust, unfortunately, she did not survive it.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Hannah Szenes (often anglicized as Hannah Senesh or Chana Senesh; Hebrew: חנה סנש‎; Hungarian: Szenes Anikó; July 17, 1921 – November 7, 1944) was one of 37 Jews from Mandatory Palestine parachuted by the British Army into Yugoslavia during World War Two to assist in the rescue of Hungarian Jews about to be deported to the German death camp at Auschwitz.

Szenes was arrested at the Hungarian border, then imprisoned and tortured, but refused to reveal details of her mission. She was eventually tried and executed by firing squad. She is regarded as a national heroine in Israel, where her poetry is widely known and several streets are named after her.

Here are the lyrics.In Hebew:
אלי, אלי, שלא יגמר לעולם
החול והים
רשרוש של המים
ברק השמים
תפילת האדםTransliteration:
Eli, Eli, shelo yigamer le’olam
Hachol vehayam
Rishrush shel hamayim
Berak hashamayim
Tefilat ha’adam.Translation:
My God, My God, may these things never end:
The sand and the sea
The rustle of the water
The lightning in the sky
Man’s prayer.