The Guardian's Dorian Lynskey incisively considers the hundred-plus cover versions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," wondering which musician does the tune the fine poetic justice it deserves:
"One version that is rarely praised is Cohen's own, hamstrung by its chintzy 80s production. But on stage at Glastonbury this year, as sunset purpled the sky, he wrenched every atom of emotion from a song which only he fully understood, and seemed to deliver a timely reminder . . ."
Hehehehe . . . Don't be shy . . . Just remember you know who as someone who outdrew ya :).