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Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ Charts for First Time in US

It took the death of music legend Leonard Cohen to push his iconic song Hallelujah into the Billboard Hot 100. Cover versions of the song that Cohen recorded in 1984 for his album Various Positions have been in the Hot 100 before but this is the first time his original version made it onto the chart. Hallelujah also received a boost during a recent airing of the skit comedy show Saturday Night Live, when comedian Kate McKinnon dressed as Hillary Clinton sang the poignant...

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