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Keith Urban Channels Leonard Cohen For Moving ‘Hallelujah’ Tribute

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Leonard cohen Songs | Keith Urban Channels Leonard Cohen For Moving ‘Hallelujah’ Tribute | Country Music Videos
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Leonard Cohen gave birth to the wildly emotional "Hallelujah" in 1984, inspiring an infinite number of covers by virtually every genre including that of Keith Urban.

Urban honored the late Cohen who passed away Nov. 7 after a quiet battle with cancer at age 82 with a powerful rendition of the iconic tune. Attached to the caption, "RIP Leonard. And thank you for being a vessel of glory on high," the country singer posted the video to his Facebook to pay homage to one of the most influential singer-songwriters.

While not documented as a gospel track, many draw spiritual strength through "Hallelujah's" powerful lyrics. Cohen expresses his view through the song that many different types of hallelujahs exist, whether it's "cold and broken" or inspired by the Holy Ghost. 

You can watch Urban's powerful performance of "Hallelujah" in the video below. 

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RIP Leonard. And thank you for being a vessel of glory on high. - KU

Posted by Keith Urban on Tuesday, November 15, 2016
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