Here's my weekly pre-Shabbat 'get in the mood' video. This week I don't know much about the recording other that the musician's name is Adi and that it's that the lyrics are from
Here is a rough transliteration offered by the poster of the video.
P'tach libi betoratecha, v'acharei
mitzvotecha tirdof nafshi.
Ve'chol hakamim alai r'ah
meheira hafeir atzatam, vekalkel
Asei lema'an Shmach
Asei lema'an yeminach
Asei lema'an toratach
Asei lema'an kedushatach
yedidecha. Hoshiah yeminecha
yih'yu l'ratzon imrei fi v'hegyon
libi lefanecha ANONAI tzuri
Update: I got a nice note from Adam (aka YouTube user FeivelJay770) correcting my lyrics source and pointing me to two other cool videos.
"Hi Jack, I'm go glad you shared the video on your blog. Many thanks. Spread the light. Here's the other video I recorded of Adi singing his niggun to this prayer at a Lag Bomer bonfire our friends made this year:Hat tip to YouTube user FeivelJay770 for posting the video.
One thing- none of the lyrics are from Psalm 63. The prayer is from Elokai Netzor, recited at the conclusion of the Shemonei-Esrei/Amidah prayer though the last verse is indeed from Psalm 19, as you mentioned. However, Psalm 63 is indeed one of my favorite psalms and here is a video of me singing two verses from it:
Be blessed, have a happy and healthy new year,