Translated into Yiddish and sung by Daniel Kahn.
From Daniel Kahn & The Painted Bird's album "Lost Causes" www.paintedbird.net. Original Yiddish song by Mordechai Gebirtig, written ca. 1930 in Krakow. English by Daniel Kahn, 2009.
The Victory of the Cloakmakers (1910)
A year before the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire (March 25, 1911), the Cloakmakers went on an 8-day strike, which, in combination with other labor action in 1909 resulted in union recognition. This rendition of the song is performed by Jane Peppler. http://www.yiddishpennysongs.com/
Original 1932 poster: http://nonblog.typepad.com/the_nonbloggish_blog/2006/04/in_1938_bei_mir.html
"Bei du " (ַ ) is a popular Yiddish song composed by Jacob Jacobs (lyricist) and Sholom Secunda (composer) in 1932. The Andrews Sisters recorded the song in 1937 and it became their first major hit, earning them a gold record, the first ever to a female vocal group. It was also a worldwide hit.
Beach and boardwalk, Coney Island, N. Y.. Acacia Card Company, 258 Broadway, New York 7, N.Y., 1930. Web. 17 May 2020. <https://ark.digitalcommonwealth.org/ark:/50959/br86b395d>.