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Leonard Cohen ~ Dance me to the end of lovethe per the the previmedical intesa san paolo
A few years back, reader Nigel Grigg drew my attention to this later song, whose sentiments seem apposite:. And so he did. Three decades on, it has the makings of a contemporary standard. I'd heard it but paid no particular attention to it until a decade and a half back when I was writing a Valentine's Day column on the language of love. It made the rather obvious point that the preoccupations of romantic songs are often restrained by the limited rhymes for the word "love".
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Valerie Sobel Concentration camps. Death is looming. Separation of lovers. Naked bodies in queue for showers of poison. Only way out of the despair on this march to imminent death is to surrender to the thoughts of a loved one. But, boy oh boy, was I wrong…!
It was first performed by Cohen on his album Various Positions. It has been recorded by various artists and in was described as "trembling on the brink of becoming a standard. The song follows a typical Greek " Hasapiko " dance path [ citation needed ] , most probably inspired by Cohen's long lasting affiliation to the Greek island of Hydra. It has since been recorded by various artists, and has been described as "trembling on the brink of becoming a standard". In an interview, Cohen said of the song: [ citation needed ]. It was released as the second single for the album and has been a part of her concert set-list since then.
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