hallelujah


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a shout or song of praise to God

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Fanshawe's patience in waiting for some ease in the ground paid dividends as Hallelujah (7-1) struck by a nose on her first start for 72 days, with Mince just a head back in third.
The U2 frontman made the claim in a new book by Alan Light called The Holy Or The Broken: Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley And The Unlikely Ascent Of Hallelujah.
Auditions for 'The Hallelujah Girls' will take place on Sept.
Hallelujah, the 54th horse in the weights, and Cape Classic, 56th, require mass withdrawals to gain a run on Saturday in a race with a maximum field of 28, yet they continued to ride high in the market as 14-1 co-favourites with Jamesie and Waffle.
They have been rehearsing for eight weeks as part of Sing Hallelujah, a BBC and English National Opera.
X Factor winner Alexandra Burke's cover of the Leonard Cohen classic Hallelujah may have been musical murder but it is proving a big hit at funerals.
THE Christmas cracker that was Hallelujah has sparked long overdue mainstream interest in the all too brief career of the late Jeff Buckley.
THE unlikely combination of X Factor and Leonard Cohen saw Jeff Buckley make an unexpected return to the higher reaches of the charts with his version of Hallelujah.
But twenty years have come and gone, And now my song's at Number 1, And everywhere you go is Hallelujah.
Her version of Hallelujah is the fastest-selling download ever - beating the record set by previous X Factor winner Leona Lewis.
THERE are some songs you really shouldn't mess with unless you know what you're doing - and Leonard Cohen's majestic Hallelujah is one of them.
X FACTOR winner Alexandra Burke's debut single Hallelujah has set a European record, beating Leona Lewis, a previous champion of the show.
Clutching a copy of her new single Hallelujah, she said: "This is for everyone who voted for me.
Written by co-editor of "LUNA: A Journal of Poetry and Translation" Alex Lemon, Hallelujah Blackout is a collection of energetic poetry that plays up both the good and the bad of the human condition.
Lerman's past choreography includes politically outspoken pieces like 1983's Docudance: Nine Short Dances About the Defense Budget and Other Military Matters; site-specific works like 1986's Still Crossing, a study in immigration performed in view of the Statue of Liberty; and community-based residencies, most prominently the 1999-2002 15-city Hallelujah project.