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Regel 1, 2, 4 en 5 bestaan uit vier jamben tetrameters en regel 3 en 6 uit vijf jamben pentameters. De toonsoort is C-groot. In het eerste couplet wordt een deel van het akkoordenschema op de muziek zelf bezongen. Op de woorden "the fourth, the fifth" de vierde [trap], de vijfde [trap] gaat de toon van C naar respectievelijk F en G. Vervolgens gaat de toon op de woorden "the minor fall, the major lift" naar a- mineur en terug naar F- majeur.
Leonard Cohen heeft zelf nooit veel over de betekenis van Hallelujah losgelaten, maar kort na de eerste opname van het nummer heeft hij gezegd:. There are many hallelujahs that exist and the perfect and broken ones have equal value, it's a desire to affirm my faith, not in a formal religious way, but with enthusiasm and emotion.
Er bestaan veel hallelujahs en de perfect en broken ones zijn gelijkwaardig. Het is een verlangen om mijn geloof te bevestigen. Niet op een formele religieuze manier, maar met enthousiasme en emotie. De tekst is geschreven in de eerste persoon enkelvoud en gaat in grote lijnen over een moeizame liefdesrelatie met de jij-persoon.
Zoals hij eerder gedaan had bijvoorbeeld in Suzanne maakt Cohen gebruik van metaforen uit de Bijbel. In de eerste twee coupletten wordt verwezen naar Koning David en zijn relatie met Batseba. Het eerste couplet verwijst naar zijn muzikaliteit, die in 1 Samuel In het tweede couplet wordt in de zin "You saw her bathing on the roof" verwezen naar David die Batseba vanaf het dak van zijn paleis zag baden 2 Samuel De zinsnede "and she cut your hair" uit hetzelfde couplet lijkt echter te slaan op het verhaal van Simson en Delila.
Zij schoor Simsons haar af om hem machteloos te maken tegen de Filistijnen Richteren Ter gelegenheid van de 25e verjaardag van het lied onderzocht Guy Garvey van de Britse popgroep Elbow de geschiedenis van Hallelujah.
In het programma werd aandacht besteed aan de vele coverversies en de televisieseries en films waarin het nummer is gebruikt. Ook werd uitgelegd waarom Hallelujah is geanalyseerd door diverse theologen en andere wetenschappers. Het Britse tijdschrift Q hield in september een peiling onder vijftig songwriters, waarbij de versie van Buckley in de top tien van beste nummers ooit kwam. Tijdens de finale van de vijfde editie van de Britse talentenjacht The X Factor zongen de twee overgebleven finalisten Hallelujah.
De versie van de winnaar zou daarna op single uitgebracht worden. Britse Jeff Buckley-fans riepen op om deze traditie te doorbreken en massaal de versie van Jeff Buckley te downloaden. Tevens lieten zij door hun actie het jonge publiek kennismaken met de versie van Buckley, waarop ook Burkes opname gebaseerd was.
De nummer 1-hit voor Burke konden ze niet voorkomen; haar opname verkocht meer exemplaren dan welke single van een X Factor-deelnemer dan ook. Door de actie van de fans kwam de versie van Buckley wel op de tweede plaats binnen en ook de originele versie van Leonard Cohen kwam in de hitlijst terecht, weliswaar op de 36e plaats. Lang zong het nummer tijdens de openingsceremonie van de 21ste Olympische Winterspelen in Vancouver in de nacht van 12 op 13 februari , waarna het in de eerste week binnenkwam op de 23ste plaats van de Top Hallelujah is ook uitgebracht als een single van Nederlandse zangeres Lisa Lois.
Zij won van Rachel Kramer en haar versie werd op single uitgebracht. Net als in het Verenigd Koninkrijk was de Hallelujah -uitvoering van de X Factor-winnaar commercieel gezien buitengewoon succesvol. In de Single Top stond ze tien weken op nummer 1, langer dan alle andere winnaars van RTL -talentenjachten, en werd de best verkochte single in Ook in Nederland kwamen de versies van Jeff Buckley en Leonard Cohen in de hitlijst, op vergelijkbare posities Buckley op positie 3 en Cohen op I admire the thought you put into it, being from a time when the Beatle's alledged musical and visual hoax that: I thought the hints were ingenious.
I'm not religious, but as crazy as it sounds, I think it's about Cohen lamenting a deal with the devil. It just lines up well. See the full lyrics of Hallelujah below. They align with an interpretation of making a deal with the devil for musical success. He says he sings hallelujah to the "lord of song", which I take as gratitude at least for the beautiful music that he could create. And even though it all went wrong I'll stand before the Lord of Song With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah In verse 6 he calls it a cold and broken Hallelujah: And it's not a cry that you hear at night It's not somebody who's seen the light It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah Verse1 Now I've heard there was a secret chord That David played, and it pleased the Lord But you don't really care for music, do you?
It goes like this, the fourth, the fifth The minor fall, the major lift The baffled king composing "Hallelujah" Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Verse2 Your faith was strong but you needed proof You saw her bathing on the roof Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you She tied you to a kitchen chair She broke your throne and she cut your hair And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Verse3 Baby I have been here before I know this room, I've walked this floor I used to live alone before I knew you I've seen your flag on the marble arch Love is not a victory march It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Verse4 There was a time you let me know What's really going on below But now you never show it to me, do you?
And remember when I moved in you The holy dove was moving too And every breath we drew was Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Verse5 You say I took the name in vain I don't even know the name But if I did, well really, what's it to you? There's a blaze of light in every word It doesn't matter which you heard The holy or the broken Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Verse 6 Maybe there's a God above But all I've ever learned from love Was how to shoot somebody who outdrew you And it's not a cry that you hear at night It's not somebody who's seen the light It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah Verse 7 I did my best, it wasn't much I couldn't feel, so I tried to touch I've told the truth, I didn't come to fool you And even though it all went wrong I'll stand before the Lord of Song With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah A broken Hallelujah Tj - Toronto.
I still don't understand why this song is considered so remarkable, at least in terms of the music vs. Aside from a few chord-changes it just doesn't do much for me. Bart - Ellicott City, Md has this pegged. It can be interpreted many ways. Just look at the comments! All of them are right. That said, here is what I've thought about every time I've heard the song: David was a favorite of God's, and despite so many failures, God continues to forgive him, even to the point of fulfilling his promise that the messiah would be from David's lineage.
There aren't many people in the Bible who have the benefit of actually speaking to God. Adam and Eve, all of the prophets, David, Saul. I'm sure I'm missing some. The point I'm trying to make is that for all of us, believing requires faith. For them, faith was not a requirement - they spike to God directly. That being said, the song is very mournful and sad to me. Every one was a song to God.. The next line is written to all who have no faith, and don't believe in the bible, let alone David.
Not a prophet, just a person. The next part is a song recipe. This verse really gives a glimpse of how David is feeling, after writing song after song that falls short of expressing his feelings toward God, and his desire to worship, or please Him. The next verse is obviously about Delilah. David had an affair with her, and it started with him seeing her and coveting her.
He had his best friend murdered so that he could have her. Despite knowing God, he still was willfully disobedient. His falling short of God's expectations peaks at this point, and for the rest of his life, he has to live with what he's done - despite God forgiving him.
The lines about tying him to a kitchen chair.. It makes sense that he's referencing Samson, until the line "she broke your throne. He didn't have a throne to break. Remember, though, this song was written by a person, and is not perfectly Biblical. However, there is a chance that the verse is split to make a point about women in the Bible. Eve didn't want to sin alone, so she asked Adam to join her. He's a dude, she's really cute, enough said.
David fell to Delilah, Samson to a prostitute. We men are idiots when it comes to women. We will go out of our way if we think it will make a girl like us.
The last verse is a picture of David and other men in the Bible who continue to sin. They've been here before, but seem to be powerless to stop it.
That's why it's a broken hallelujah. We all fall short. There's an entire study of this, but, this comment is long enough. Anyways, that's my two cents worth Wilbur Anderson - Old Town, Maine. I love the song, not matter what lyrics are used, the music is beautifully written.
I was told by an expert on the bible that the word virgin at the time of Jesus meant a very young woman; that it did not mean she was a virgin by our definition. Since she was married that would make sense. Anyway it is another interpretation and there are certainly many when it comes to the bible.
Pentatonix covered the song on their album "A Pentatonix Christmas" which was released a couple weeks before Leonard Cohen left us.
Their version is quite stirring indeed. I agree, Jeff's Buckley's version is the best, but unless I'm blind- no one has mentioned Alexandra Burke's rendition! If you haven't heard it, please do. Chris - Vancouver, Bc. The abundance of comments and interpretations offered on Hallelujah illustrate why it is one of the most meaningful songs of modern times. Since they're personal, all of these interpretations are valid, and none should be denigrated or confronted as being wrong. This song readily evokes many different levels of assessment.
For instance, I'm surprised no one has offered up an interpretation of " It goes like this, The fourth, the fifth The minor fall, the major lift Clever lyrical wordsmithing that has multiple meanings. It's clear that, like many great works of art, literature or music, Hallelujah easily supports several levels of interpretation well beyond what even Cohen meant.
Cohen's lyrical intertwining of biblical and spiritual alliteration with the elation found in when the bond of spiritual, emotional and physical love are first formed And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah You literally feel the cold and bitter emptiness of a man who feels he sacrificed his pride and humility for the bond of trust that comes with love she tied you to a kitchen chair, she broke your throne, she cut your hair It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah, Leonard I'm pretty sure that, when he wrote Hallelujah, Cohen would have agreed "Life's a bitch" and not "better to have loved and lost then to have not loved at all.
Someone asked the question who movingly sang "Hallelujah" at the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver? See it on youtube. Bart - Ellicott City, Md. Nothing else before or since sounds like it. Though Jeff Buckley didn't write this song, he made it his own when he recorded this version of it. Hugh - Phoenix, Az. I heard this song several times on different occassions, but never really cared for it partly because of my poor English. The moment his voice came from the radio, I started to listen carrefully and when the song ended, I felt really moved, I couldn't get that song out of my head.
I immediatelly downloaded Jeff's version and couldn't stop listening to it. It was 5 years ago. I have heard many versions since then, but none of them ever touched me like that. Lia - Vienna, Austria. There are thousands of better songs. I find it monotonous no matter how well sung it is. You need a whole choir and orchestra to make it a little more interesting.
Yvonne - Winterbach, Chile. Velveeta - Vars, On. I find it deeply disturbing to see Jeff Buckley's name attached to this song as he is the one who 'popularized it'. I frankly don't even know who he is or have heard his version. As a Canadian, Leonard Cohen is the one who popularized his own song clearly before anyone thought to cover it.
And most Canadians think of KD Lang's version as the cover of note. Sorry Songfacts, but you are being a tad ethnocentric with this one. Perhaps a compromise is due- Leonar Velveeta - Vars, On. Didn't some one sing this song during the Closing Ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver? It would certainly make sense to honor Leonard Cohen as a Canadian icon, but he did not perform.
Doe anyone remember who did? Mike - West Richland, Wa. I've been haunted by this ever since I first heard it on The West Wing. I later heard it on Criminal Minds and am now looking for the version that was used on C. I'm pretty sure it was one of Jeff Buckley's versions. I've looked around on the 'net but none of the ones I've found seems to be the one I'm thinking of.
Does any one know which version was used for the C. I have a hard time calling this Jeff's best work. There was always something just a little different about him. Something a little special. My husband has tapes from when he and his friend jammed with Jeff back when he was a wee lad Yes, he would have been quite young.
My husband said that Jeff acted arrogant at times, but for good reason. With love and blessings, RIP, Jeff Mellissa - Laguna Beach, Ca. Actually, you are both wrong. Many people get the two confused. It does not refer to the birth of either Jesus or Mary. Katie - Annapolis, Md. Jesus is the immaculate conception because Mary was still a virgin when He was conceived.
Somebody commented up top mistakenly referring to the conception of Jesus as the "immaculate conception". That is not what is meant by the phrase. Immaculate conception refers to the birth of Mary, not the birth of Jesus. Michael - Las Cruces, Nm. I would second Devin, way below, in highly recommending John Cale's version from Fragments.
Sings it with such gravity and sadness, it's almost Gothic. But I've never heard a bad version of this incredible song. I hope nobody takes that as a challenge. Hedrek - Los Angeles, Ca. As to the meaning of this song,Cohen said himself that he wrote it about Bathsheba her on the roof n King David,and about Samson n Delilah the cutting of his hair ,and also about the Holy Mother Mary him moving within her.
When he wrote about him moving within her,he said it was about Jesus,then said "but it could also be about a woman's lover moving within her". So,he really DID set a double entendre into the lyrics. If you want to know all about this song,.. Its the most beautiful song I have ever heard,myself. While Buckley,Cale,and Bon Jovi,among others,have done this song,my absolute fave besides Cohen's original version is by the Canadian Tenors. They give this song heights that really made me choke up,and have goosebumps on my entire body.
And,yes,it can take you to the place that mixes the sensual with the Biblical,and you cant find the line in between. If you let it. Shiloh - Phoenix, Az. My son has recently recorded this There is a new-ish, great instrumental version of Halleujah that has a wonderful arrangement.
It is by the string trio "Time for Three". Pat - West Point, Ga. I have 3 favorite versions of this song. Jason Castro- it was such a wonderful performance of it. I dont know what else to say. Alexandra Burke- such a beautiful voice.
Im actually listening to it on repeat now. Lee DeWyze- this is actually my favorite version. I saw him sing it live on the American Idols tour It was so intense and emotional and you can feel all the desperation of someone questioning God in his voice.
And with all of those people there, just everyone singing along, it was just purely amazing. Charlotte - Pittsburgh, Pa. I think this is a beautiful song and I'm a guy. It has been used on the medical comedy Scrubs and the medical drama House. It was used at the end of an episode House called Acceptence where a death row inmate was bieng taken to be executed. Joel - Princeton, Nj. I have lost some of my passion for music over the years; with Rap not music - just "Dr.
Seuss" with background noise and Hip Hop or Pop music anyone who can write poetry, sing,and owns a Casio I rarely experience any good new music. Having said that, I heard Hallelujah at the end of a Criminal Minds episode and could not get the song out of my head.
I instantly thought it was "Leonard Cohen-ish", and confirmed my suspicion on the internet which ultimately led me to this site. If a song can elicit this much interest, interpretation and is performed and commemorated by such a wide variety of real musicians from a broad assemblage of musical genres, it truly is a work of art.
It deserves all the acclamation. Terry - Winnipeg, Mb. What else needs to be said? This is one of the most beautifully written, beautifully sung songs of all time It is so deep, and has so much meaning Ang the lyrics are fantastic, too.
Erika - West Band, Wi. I absolutely love this song and have listened to just about every version out there. Check it out on YouTube. You won't be disappointed. Linda - Williamsburg, Va. A very talented artist, Alex Mabe out of Washington the state performs this song exceptional- almost intimidating for other artists to compare. Jai - Niagara Falls, Ny. I believe when Cohen wrote it it was more a commentary on the hypocrisy of sex and religion and how one woman's faith and the faith of those around her mentally messed up a good relationship and it was an angry song, which is probably why it wasn't the popular hit it was when Buckley sang it on Grace.
His meaning and choice of verses has been the enduring one. It speaks to more people. It speaks of love making you one with the almighty that you would do anything for it and when it was true there is no rhyme or reason, however the joy that comes from it is complete and if it ends after that joining it is something that can tear out your heart and leave you to doubt, in yourself, your god, those around you.
Though I believe Cohen wrote it for the wrong reasons he was a genius at poetry and irony, and I am forever grateful this world had a chance to discover it. Andrea - San Diego, Ca. They played this song on Shrek and it is one of my personal favorites. Joseph - Brooklyn, Ny. Like all poetry, Cohen's lyrics are subject to interpretation That is the beauty of well-crafted lyrics.
One quote that keeps getting mentioned is the "marble arch" reference. Most comments focus on the fact that there is a neighborhood in London called "Marble Arch". This is true; the neighborhood was named after the replica triumphal arch made of marble that looks like a miniature "Arch de Triumph" that is located on the edge of one of London's parks which border the neighborhood.
It is possible that Cohen is referring to the neighborhood, but I believe he is referencing the fact that Roman generals, after winning a significant victory, were given a parade when they returned to Rome. If a general's victory was deemed very important, the Senate voted to award him a triumphal arch. Triumphal arches were constructed of marble and decorated with gold leaf and the regimental flag of the winning general. The designs of the Arc de Triumph and the Marble Arch in London were both based on Roman triumphal arches that are still in existence.
Cohen may have been saying that his lover looked at winning his love or, perhaps another's love as the winning of a trophy. The triumphal arch was awarded at the end of a victorius campaign. A successful relationship does not have a definitive ending. Cohen's lover has "won" his love, and is content to sit back and admire her victory and not continue to work on growing the relationship.
Cohen could also mean that he is aware that his lover has had another conquest and is being unfaithful to him. Nick - Baltimore, Md. The song has nothing to do with a literal woman, or sex. The woman on the roof bathing in the moonlight is the proof he sought for his faith; the splendor of the night sky bathed in moonlight , which awed him, humbled him bound him to a kitchen chair - interestingly where one commonly says grace , drove him to repentance hair being shorn is Jewish repentance, read Job crushed his ego broke his throne and left him praising god.
Then he is again confronted by what it demands of him.. You will see that translated as "The Lord" because it is illegal to print or say other than in worship. Which is the topic of that verse, and the irony of the song itself. The holy hallelujah is seeing God's hand, the substance of the aforementioned proof, in all things, and the broken hallelujah is seeing only the profane, as witnessed by the comments right here.
A real masterpiece Poem, by a poet who prides himself for immersion in the metaphor of religion. Mickey - Chandler, Az. The Canadian Tenors have given this song new life, new beauty and new meaning. It is like listening to a French horn instead of a trumpet or a cello instead of a violin Since I heard the Tenors sing it in concert, I can't get it out of my head. Joan - Tavares, Fl. It was almodt used in scruns, season 1, ep 4, 'my old lady', at the end.
His name is Cary Judd. He sings it with a lot of passion, and he just looks like someone who has experienced the general meaning of this song, and that it touches him. It's like it was his song. Look him up on Youtube. He's a solid artist. Michelle Rigby - Orem, Ut. Justin Timberlake and Charlie Sexton established a new standard for this work and Live!
Rick - Seattle, Wa. The Leonard Cohen version was used on Watchmen, and anyone who's seen it can see how it would be able to relate sensually to anything.
Kevin - Carriere, Ms. It seems like evry artist has performed their own rendition of this song. For me, Rufus Wainwright then Buckley, then k d lang's version. Jim - Wellington, Oh. This song was played at my dear friend Michael's funeral. It was truly beautiful. Kayla - Monrovia, Ca. Probably the most beautiful song I have ever heard.
Landry - Asheville, Nc. He sings it a tad slower than he normally would, and that makes it sounds much more beautiful. Anyone who wants to hear both of his versions should go to Playlist. Heck, it's a beutiful song in general Devon - Reynoldsburg, Oh. I love Jeff Buckley's Version Rocio - Canberra , Australia. Jess - Cobram, Australia. No one can sing this song like Jeff Buckley. Theresa - Murfreesboro, Tn. I want to sing this great song in a choir but I cant find any good lyrics.
Meaning, I've got the "What to sing" but not the "How to sing". My icq Vyse - Hannover, Germany. One of my absolute favorite songs Why else be reading these comments I appreciate the comments on "the fourth, the fifth, the minor fall I am an avid fan of the Jeff Buckley version and can't seem to open my ears to any other voice doing it though credit must also go to Mr.
Cohen, always a master lyricist. I love the biblical references especially to David, my favorite. I do wish the song hadn't become so commercial no offence to Shrek lovers but what are you gonna do?
Stefanie - Philadelphia, Pa. Cohen's original is a brilliant and beautiful study in ambiguity, drawing a majestic and carefully considered arc around the subjects of spirituality and sexuality. There is no way he would have had a problem with Buckley's 'sensuous' rendition. Myself, I favour Jeff's version. But full credit to the author, and to anybody else who's ever had a stab at bringing this to a wider audience. Dazzle - London, United Kingdom.
I don't know too much about religion I personally don't feel that I need to believe in something just to believe in something. I guess I just have to "see it to believe it". But the first time I heard this song - my brother asked me to listen to it I listened to it and I fell in love with it.
I think it is absolutely beautiful and the way Jeff Buckley sings it is so amazing. He has so much feeling and every time I hear it, I am moved. But to be completely honest, I'd have to say that this version of this song is my absolute favorite songs of all time.
Whitney - Clearwater, Fl. I adore this song- almost moved me to tears a moment ago. In response to another post, Delilah cut Samson's hair while he was sleeping, and the Marble Arch is a white Carrara marble monument near Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, at the western end of Oxford Street in London, England, near the tube station of the same name.
I think they have flags on it. I think my favorite version is the Rufus Wainwright one. Louise - Newcastle, I don't know why Buckly's version is so popular. Buckly called this song a "hallelujah to the orgasm", that's flat out blasphamy, Joe - Brooklyn, Ny. This is a nice thread, however Delilah did not cut samsons hair - read the bible! It is abviously a matter of opinion but it seems likely to me that the chart entry in November was down to Wainrights cover as apposed to the BBC adverts.
Charlie - London, United Kingdom. I am in Israel at the moment many miles from Ireland and I am feeling very homesick. I am playing Hallelujah over and over again as it makes me feel so warm. Jeff sings it with so much emotion that you can feel it and touch it.
Everytime I see him sing it I want to hug him but sadly this is not possible. I love his version of the on so much that it hurts.
God bless you Jeff Vinny - Dublin, Ireland. This song is truley inspiring, and the way Jeff Buckley sang it just moves me. It is very sad that such a young and talented artist has lost his life. Jeff will never be forgotten Casey - Hobart, Australia. Stunningly beautiful and haunting, the lyrics suit the performance perfectly.
Alan - Gibsonburg, Oh. The band Anchors usually throws this into their set. Shelby Lynne - Vandalia, Mo. I, like many others, first heard this song in the movie Shrek. I remember loving it, but I was around the age of ten or something when the movie came out, so I thought nothing of it.
Recently, I was in my friend's room and suddenly it came on. But it wasn't a version that anyone has mentioned yet. It was sung by a college a'cappella group, and was picked for the Best of College A'Cappella in , I believe. It is the best version. No instruments, just human vocalizations.
The soloist is gorgeous and I can relate to it because I am a huge choir geek ; So if anyone needs a new version, check out the BOCA version.
You won't regret it. Sarah - Burlington, Vt. Diamond - Columbus, Ga. Jeff's music is great, but credit should be given to the right person.
I first heard this song through Jeff's version Ron - Pittsburgh, Id. I fell in love with this song when I heard it first in 'Shrek', and once again when one of my best friends sang it for a concert.
It's amazing, touching in so many ways, and means so many things to so many people. It doesn't do to argue about the meaning. Margaret - Missoula, Mt. Well, the best version i've heard so far was from this youtube guy and my friend named dleesoriginals. Kurt Thomas - Montebello, Ca. I think this song is about different ways to say hallelujah-different ways to affirm your belief in God. The pain and pleasures of live that make God seem so real.
Michelle - Middleton, On. Actually Bethsheba never tempted King David. He saw her bathing in her garden and decided to send her husband into the front lines of battle in order to get rid of him so that he could have her. He was punished by the Lord for this by the death of their first son. Shiyra - Monroe, Wa. There were two opening acts; I had never heard of either of them at the time.
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