A cover of the classic song Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen, may he rest in piece, featuring my favorite verses. This is a song almost as beautiful in its simplicity as it is in its sound. I loved this song so much that I had to record a cover. All guitar and vocals were performed by myself, the accompanying orchestration was create by myself using virtual instruments and most of the harmonies were improvised.
Well I heard there was a secret chord,
David pla and it pleased the Lord,
But you don’t really care for music, do ya?
Well it goes like this: the 4th the 5th,
The minor fall, the major lift,
The baffled king composing “Hallelujah”.
Now maybe there’s a god above,
But all I’ve ever learned from love,
Was how to shoot at someone, who outdrew ya.
And it’s not a cry that you hear tonight it’s,
Not somebody who’s seen the light,
It’s a cold and it’s a broken “hallelujah”.
Did my best, it wasn’t much,
I couldn’t feel so I tried to touch I,
Told the truth didn’t come to fool ya.
And even though it all went wrong I’ll,
Stand before the lord of song,
With nothing on my tongue but “hallelujah.”