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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Leonard Cohen
"Dance Me To The End Of Love," "Hallelujah" and "So Long, Marianne" are just of few of the best from the famed singer and songwriter.
It's hard to think of any song that has taken a stranger journey through popular culture than Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
A jury convicted Leonard Cohen's former business manager Thursday of harassing the singer-songwriter and repeatedly violating a court order to stop contacting him.
Singer Leonard Cohen has won one of Spain's prestigious Prince of Asturias awards for his poetic gifts and thought-provoking songs.
"To sing in front of that band every night literally, was a dream come true, such a gift. The impact on me as a singer is immeasurable. It's a little early to understand how it will influence me," she wrote. "But I have no doubt that this entire experience has shifted me in a profound way."
Streeter said Lynch continuously called and wrote Cohen, accusing him of tax fraud and other wrongdoing, as revenge.