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Leonard Norman Cohen was a highly gifted and varied writer — novelist, playright, songwriter and poet. He was already quite famous as a poet before embarking on a music career as a singer-songwriter. He is generally considered to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time, and his songs have been recorded by countless other performers. Born in Montreal, Canada, in 1934, Cohen had a long and productive career. He was working right up to his death, in 2016 at the age of 82.

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List of poems by Leonard Cohen 26 total

Good Advice For Someone Like Me 135 ViewsRate it
Antique Song
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Body of Loneliness
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The Fly 79 ViewsRate it
Happens to the Heart
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The Letters 39 ViewsRate it
Irving and Me at the Hospital 36 ViewsRate it
Hallelujah
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Clockwork 31 ViewsRate it
Elevator Mirrors
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Lost My Voice in New York City 31 ViewsRate it
Sicily Café
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Never Expected
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For Anne 26 ViewsRate it
Hospitality 26 ViewsRate it
Roshi 25 ViewsRate it
Thousands 25 ViewsRate it
The Sweetest Little Song 24 ViewsRate it
My lady can sleep 22 ViewsRate it
I can't break the code
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No Middleman 21 ViewsRate it
You Have Loved Enough
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Apparent Turbulence 16 ViewsRate it
Mercy Returns Me 16 ViewsRate it
The Goal
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The Bus - Leonard Cohen 9 1936) 5 ViewsRate it

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