"Others the country take for choice/And hold the town in scorn/But she has listened to the voice/On city breezes borne" (Amy Levy)
Thanks, diva.Greetings from London.
leonard was just the most amazing poet. i'm glad others with amazing voices appreciated his work enough to share it through their own medium. very cool, thanks cuban
Gorgeous...one of my favourite songs. Thanks for posting.
Love it. Mr. Cohen's poetical lyrics are always amazing. Hope you enjoyed your Sunday!
I love this song... have always loved this song...What a beautiful words.... and the chords ache...Thank you for reminding me of this today brother,M
Wow. This is a really beautiful version. It just gave me the chills to listen to it.Thanks.
Thank you all for yoru kind comments.Mrs Ott, 'was'? :-) No, don't kill him yet, dear. The guy might be in 70s, but the concerts he gave in the UK this year have been voted unanimously as the musical highlight of 2008.Greetings from London.
cohen knew what he was doing.and hey... anelka saved the day, but you are still trailing.don't lose hope, my man!thanks for the post.
Hahaha! Garri, nobody wants to win the bloody Premiership this year, man.And, by the way, have people noticed that 'Hallelujah' is a song with sexual content in it? Just a thought. Keep well, man.Greetings from London.
Cuban, it is so beautiful
Thanks, edi.Greetings from London.
of course it is full of sexual content!that's what makes it better.but wait, isn't "various positions" the name of cohen's album?it's only fitting, i guess.just kidding.great, great song whoever covers it.bob dylan would have loved to write the all of the song himself.nice post, man!you rock.
hi Cuban,that was absolutely brilliant !Thanks and..sorry about the photos of turron..i'll never do it again...promised:-)
первый раз наверное слушал коэна...
Thanks, garri. My Castle, please, upload as many photos of 'turrones' as you wish. I will carry on licking the screen :-D!Greetings from London.
umhh sounds great, no hard to realize why my beloved Sabina has drunk in these waters, Cohen, Dylan...enjoyable piece Cubanun abrazito
'Hallelujah', una celebracion al dolor , a ese viaje de ida sin retorno, cuando las penas son tantas que nos atropellan... a nosotros los cubiches por lo regular nos baja el santo en forma de son, pero hay a veces tambien que se nos aparece en forma de Leonard Cohen, o de esta otra que es mi respuesta en forma de media solidaria: Nirvana - Pennyroyal Tea (Unplugged In New York) nos pillamos, tony.
Gracias, betty y asere. A nosotros los cubanos las penas las ahogamos con un buen bolero. Y eso vendra, vendra en algunas semanas.Saludos desde Londres.
Ciao Cuban, bellissima canzone. Questa e´ una che mi piace molto. Alcuni dicono che seguono un genere di musica, lo dicevo pure io da giovanissimo. Invece ci si rende conto che se si segue un genere solo, ci si perde molta magia nell'universo musicale. Un saluto prenatalizio da Colonia Cuban, Salva
Hola, salva. Gracias por tu comentario.Saludos desde Londres.
A man after my own heart, you are. I adore Leonard Cohen. I did a tribute post in March when he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an honor that was long overdue, in my opinion.I never tire of this gorgeous song. I've listened to many (many) covers of it, but Rufus's version - as well as K. D. Lang's - is stunning.Thanks for dropping by my place. Pleasure to meet you.
Thanks, diana, it's my pleasure, too.Greetings from London.
Qué versión! Gracias, Cuban!