Hallelujah, Leonard Cohen

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Hallelujah, Leonard Cohen

In 1979, after his album Recent Songs, Leonard Cohen was plagued by doubt. It was during this troubled period that he wrote the first version of Hallelujah, writing more than 80 verses before he hit on the four that were to become the final song. When you first hear them, you might think the lyrics are religious but there are in fact many sexual allusions combined with the biblical references.Released in 1984, the song was a success and would go on to be covered more than 200 times by many different artists.

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In 1979, after his album Recent Songs, Leonard Cohen was plagued by doubt. It was during this troubled period that he wrote the first version of Hallelujah, writing more than 80 verses before he hit on the four that were to become the final song. When you first hear them, you might think the lyrics are religious but there are in fact many sexual allusions combined with the biblical references.Released in 1984, the song was a success and would go on to be covered more than 200 times by many different artists.

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In 1979, after his album Recent Songs, Leonard Cohen was plagued by doubt. It was during this troubled period that he wrote the first version of Hallelujah, writing more than 80 verses before he hit on the four that were to become the final song. When you first hear them, you might think the lyrics are religious but there are in fact many sexual allusions combined with the biblical references.Released in 1984, the song was a success and would go on to be covered more than 200 times by many different artists.

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