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“In continutation of the Gross Leonard Cohen Earworm (apparently "Hallelujah" is the meme that will not quit this week) of the last few days, inauroillium just posted an an interesting link about the evolution and major versions of the song in a comment thread on cvillette's journal.”
“I could whistle if I felt like it, and I could breathe again, and suddenly the word Hallelujah flew out of my mouth.”
“Turns out Hallelujah is all about comedy 80s knitwear.”
“For example, [folk singer and activist] Pete Seeger was a member of the C ommunist Party, but he would sing songs about the Walls of Jericho or Michael rowing his boat ashore, with that refrain Hallelujah!”
“Oh man, Hallelujah is right up on top of my list of favorite songs.”
“As Handel had been writing a chorus of simple praise to Christ that primarily repeated the word Hallelujah over and over, something happened inside him.”
“The word Hallelujah is the Hebrew for "Praise ye the Lord.”
“This is the first occurrence of the word Hallelujah in the New Testament.”
“The first occurrence of the word Hallelujah in the Old Testament corresponds in a marked manner with its first occurrence in the New Testament.”
“Hallelujah is the word there (Rev.xix. 1, 3); let us echo to it now, as those that hope to join in it shortly.”
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