Her performance gave new meaning to the quintessentially Israeli song. Lyrics written to describe the culture shock of leaving the kibbutz for the city - "I'm alone in a strange city, as if I have no choice" - seemed in [Kathleen Eligado]'s rendition to be the blues of a Third World immigrant who ends up in Tel Aviv."I went to the local Interior Ministry office to get a special visa, but the clerk rejected my request," [Janelle Pancho] recalled. "Then she asked, 'Why haven't you been expelled from the country?' ""Even though I am not Jewish, I feel a part of it," she said. "I've been invited over to my friends' houses for Shabbat and Jewish holidays. And we even celebrate Passover at home, though not the way it is supposed to be done."