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Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"

When Leonard Cohen originally wrote this song, it supposedly had around eighty verses. Over many years, and many remakes, the song has developed almost as many interpretations as original verses. How well do you know this mysterious song?


 

Quiz ID:#23577
Fun:*** (2.62)
Difficulty:** (1.69)
Category:Music
Created By:Hrsemn4Aus****

 

 

 



#1   Complete the lyrics: "Now I've heard there was a secret chord/ That _____ played, and it pleased the Lord".






#2   Complete the lyrics: "Your faith was strong but you needed proof/ You saw her _______ on the roof".






#3   Complete the lyrics: "She tied you to a kitchen chair/ She broke your throne, and she cut your ____".

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#4   How many times is "Hallelujah" sung in the chorus? (Do not count the one time that ends each verse.)

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#5   Complete the lyrics: "I've seen your ____ on the marble arch/ Love is not a victory march/ It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah".






#6   Complete the lyrics: "You say I took the name in vain/ I don't even ____ the name".






#7   Complete the lyrics: "There's a _____ of light in every word/ It doesn't matter which you heard/ The holy or the broken Hallelujah".






#8   The following lyrics are correct: "I did my best, it wasn't enough/ I couldn't feel, so I tried to touch".




#9   According to the lyrics, what will be the only thing on the singer's tongue when he stands before the Lord of Song?

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#10   Leonard Cohen said this song took almost a year to write.




 

 


   



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