More Discussions for this daf
1. Agadah on Malachei ha'Shares wanting to say Shirah 2. Beis Chonyo: Heter ha'Bamos -- Where and When? 3. Does "Vayehi" connote "Tza'ar"?
4. The Ark that took up no space is not counted among the miracles. 5. Kedushah Rishonah 6. Yasis or Yasus

Michael S. Winokur asked:

How is this aggadata derived from the words lo karav zeh el zeh col halaylah?

The Kollel replies:

The simple meaning of the verse, as the Mechilta says, is that the Machaneh of the Egyptians did not come close (to attack) the Machaneh of Klal Yisrael. The Gemara expounds the verse to mean that the angels did not approach each other the entire night ("Lo Karav Zeh El Zeh") in order to say Shirah, since the verse elsewhere (Yeshayah 5:3) describes the angels when they say Shirah as approaching and calling "one to the other" ("v'Kara Zeh El Zeh...").

Chag Samei'ach,

Y. Shaw