An old and heart-felt Nigun that R' Sholom Charitonow, the Shochot and musician of Nikolayev, used to sing to the words Ki Hinei Kachomer. The Nigun expresses how we are nullified before our Creator, and how we rely on Him and request from Him all our needs.
Ki Hinei Kachomer Beyad Hayotzeir, Birtzoso Marchiv Uvirtzoso Mekatzer, Kein Anachnu Beyodcho Chessed Notzeir, Labris Habet Veal Teifen Layeitzer.
Ki Hinei Koeven Beyad Hamesates, Birtzoso Ochez Uvirtzoso Mechates, Kein Anachnu Beyodcho Mechayeh Umemoseis, Labris Habet Veal Teifen Layeitzer.
Indeed, as the clay in the hand of the potter, who, when he wishes expands it and when he wishes contracts it; so are we in Your hand, O You who remembers deeds of the loving kindness; Look to the covenant and do not regard our evil inclination.
Indeed, as the stone in the hand of the mason, who, when he wishes retains it and when he wishes smashes it; so are we in Your hand, O You who gives life and brings death; Look to the covenant and do not regard our evil inclination.