Comparative analysis essay of any three versions of the song “Hallelujah” Name Institution Professor Course DateIntroduction Hallelujah song is a cult song which has been done by more than 100 artists and have tried to make it maintain its meaning by not provoking its move by any means. It is hardly known by the general or the wider public that it is a cult song. It has more than 100 versions with Leonard Cohen having done more than 80 versions of the song Hallelujah. He is the artist who has many versions of the song due to his mourning nature. Up to date the song has not lost its power and moves and it’s quite lively (Fetters & Ashley et.al 2012). The original hallelujah song was done by Leonard Cohen who later explains that the word Hallelujah was a Hebrew word which meant glory to God. This was to but to some other people it helps a lot because copy and after coping they formulate their own moves which change everything. These three versions have acted an inspiration to the youth who would like to join the music world (Jeff et.al 2008). Hallelujah as depicted by some artists in the various versions it does not really refer to the living God the God of the bible but it refers to any other kind of god. This is because even the young American pop star could still use the word Hallelujah when referring to his types of gods. He was singing praising the gods but not the God who was being glorified by Leonard Cohen in his first version of the song (Jeff et.al 2008). Works cited Fetters Ashley (2 December 2012). "How Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' Became Everybody's 'Hallelujah Jeff Buckley's (2008) 'Hallelujah' Becomes America's Number One Digital Song [...]
***URGENT - THIS NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED IN TWO HOURS OR LESS*** Write a comparative analysis essay of any three versions of “Hallelujah,” using Greg Blair’s comparative analysis of “Stormy Weather” covers as a model. It should be formatted and documented in MLA Style. Your essay will likely be about 4 pages long (including your works cited page).