In commemoration of the 138th anniversary of the birth of the poet and translator Shaul Tchernichovky (19 Av 5635, 20th of August 1875), we present his famous poem "They Say There is a Land" in a number of versions and performances. Tchernichovsky wrote two versions of the poem "They Say There is a Land" in 1923, while in Berlin. Many melodies were composed for the poem, the work of artists such as Joel Engel, Naomi Shemer, Shlomo Artzi Yehezkel Braun and Leib Glantz. Each one of the artists chose their preferred version of the poem. Some used the whole poem, while others left out various verses. The composer Naomi Shemer surpassed them all, by combining the two versions to create a new, integrated work. We chose a number of performances of the poem- the first, Joel Engel's melody performed by the singer Rema Samsonov, the second by Naomi Shemer, also performed by her, and last, Shlomo Artzi's musical interpretation of Tchernichovsky's original poem.