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The Biblically Infused 'Broken Hallelujah'

The Biblically Infused 'Broken Hallelujah'

The poet-singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen died in November 2016. For many people Cohen became famous with his moving and biblically-infused song "Broken Hallelujah," especially with one of its last lines—"I'll stand before the lord of song with nothing on my tongue ...

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