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How would you interpret the lyrics of the song "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen?
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Description: "Hallelujah" is a song written and performed in his unique style by Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen. The song was released in 1984. There are more than 300 known covers of this song and the song has been used widely as a soundtrack in film, television and performed in music contests. It represents of the most popular and greatest songs of all time.
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It is said that the best interpretation of the song is by referring to Biblical writings, and more accurately to king David, the singer and the great artist of God. The song and the full text could mean the impossibility and hardship the man passes through when he tries to reconcile or to live both with the spiritual truth and with the earthy love. There is a forceful battle between the material living of David - the man and his spiritual aspirations and struggles. David and humankind, in general in fact, is overthrown by the mirage of that woman bathing on the roof - maybe a kind of Morgana girl illusion, he falls in love for her and yet this is the point when he compromises his spirit. The chair and the tying mean that man is bound to be somewhat dependent on material world, whilst the hair that is cut recalls the story of Samson who is tricked by another woman who ties his hair and that moment his improved strenghts are diminished.
 
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