2007-04-22 Mönchengladbach Germany, Moshi Bar / Hey Brother / Hi Bruder / Ei Irmão / Oye Hermano

Hey Brother is a dance song by Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, better known by his name Avicii.

In 2011 Bergling began working with his manager and producer Ash Pournouri to start ‘House for Hunger’, a charity dedicated to alleviating global hunger.

The two wanted to showcase the giving spirit by the house music community.

You have to give something back. I am so fortunate to be in the position where I can actually do that. I feel lucky every day when I wake up and am able to do what I love and make a living.

In 2016, Bergling’s health deteriorated; he was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis caused by excessive alcohol use.

Bergling died on 20 April 2018 near Muscat, Oman, at the age of 28; no cause of death was immediately given.

Hey, brother
There’s an endless road to re-discover
Hey, sister
Know the water’s sweet but blood is thicker
Oh, if the sky comes falling down, for you
There’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do

Hey, brother
Do you still believe in one another?
Hey, sister
Do you still believe in love? I wonder
Oh, if the sky comes falling down, for you
There’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do

What if I’m far from home?
Oh, brother, I will hear you call
What if I lose it all?
Oh, sister, I will help you out
Oh, if the sky comes falling down, for you
There’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do

Hey, brother
There’s an endless road to re-discover
Hey, sister
Do you still believe in love? I wonder
Oh, if the sky comes falling down, for you
There’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do

What if I’m far from home?
Oh, brother, I will hear you call
What if I lose it all?
Oh, sister, I will help you out
Oh, if the sky comes falling down, for you
There’s nothing in this world I wouldn’t do

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Moshi Bar is an asian fusion kitchen restaurant / bar in my hometow of Mönchengladbach.

Moshi is a Tanzanian municipality in the Kilimanjaro Region and is situated on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, a dormant volcano that is the highest mountain in Africa.

Germany established a military camp in Moshi (Neu Moschi) in August 1893.

Moshi hosts several cultural tourism programs operating on the lower slopes of nearby Mount Kilimanjaro.

Moshi serves as the base for expeditions up the mountain, with climbers staying in nearby hotels and employing local residents as guides, porters, and cooks.

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