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Bonnie McKee Gets Christmas Cozy Covering Leonard Cohen's Classic Song Hallelujah!

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Get a load of this Teenage Dream nestled by a fireplace!

Bonnie McKee, the hit-maker behind some of Britney Spears and Katy Perry's biggest songs, decided to treat fans to a rocking (and festive) rendition of Leonard Cohen's song Hallelujah

And it's FRIGGIN' AH-mazing!

Ch-ch-check out her pop powerful vocals in this stirring cover of the classic (above!)

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7 comments to “Bonnie McKee Gets Christmas Cozy Covering Leonard Cohen's Classic Song Hallelujah!”



  1. 1

    Wow that was some really good singing. Bonnie's a good looking and talented "American Girl". I like her long, soft looking red hair. Since I'm a big Katy Perry fan I hope Bonnie can continue to work with Katy AND I hope Bonnie's own music career takes off. Hopefully she can do both. I read that Bonnie worked with Katy on her huge hit "Roar". I also like "Ghost" and "Double Rainbow" which I think Bonnie worked with Katy on.

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    Hahaha! This is not Rock n Roll. It's not even "mellow" rock n roll, and this girl, like a few pop people are more that group that sings Barbie Girl (?), than anything, which is completely ridiculous. I can't take her remotely seriously. I didn't listen to this, and one thing I know I could not do, is actually listen to some of these girl's, and enjoy, get a buzz off them, take something away from it. There's no energy in any pop music these days. It's like yeah whatever. I do not hear any mean mother fucker guitars or riffs played by talented, capable guitarists? Or big drums? People use the word "yawn" but really when it comes to music sung by these young girls, influenced by crappy 90's dance club music, it's a yawn. If the guitar isn't just ripping the shit out, and the drums aren't real and big (and I can tell), same for bass, you're no better than a refrigerator motor in the background to me, no matter how many "big names" you pay to be in your video, from genre's that have absolutely nothing to do with you or your career. Yes, they're your friends, they have connections through your management, but professionally, they have nothing to do with you, your video, or who is going to look for and listen to it.

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    You know what, forget the singer, you know who were the luckiest generation of musicians was. It was the 80's rockers. Catchy wicked hard shit, and they played live.

    Imagine the fucking power of playing an awesome guitar through several cranked Marshall stacks? Or the drums. Better than a lightsaber, I'm sure.

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    Actually, go back even further and watch that live video for The Who's - Won't Get Fooled Again. Just imagine the fucking power Pete Townsend was feeling there. Not saying I can do it, but if you can't do that, just go away, I don't even want to hear you…..

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    You go watch that video, he's not playing a guitar, he's weilding the guitar. At one point you can see the insanity in his eyes from feedback….



  6. 6

    I love Leonard Cohen. He is from Canada. Mario I tried to put one of his songs lyric for Cory Monteith. It's called winter lady. Cool song.



  7. 7

    Re: MB – I've been a big rock and roll fan for years. I like a wide variety of music. I get tired of listening to the old rock bands. Some of the old bands I never get tired of but there's not many of them. If there was some NEW rock and roll music groups out there that are as good as the old rock bands from the 70s, 80s, and 90s then I'll buy their music and go to their concerts, etc.

    Katy's music resonates with me for some reason. I like good singers like Bonnie as well. I think Bonnie is a mix of rock AND pop. If Katy and Bonnie formed a rock band like "Heart" and they made cool music like they did I'd probably be a big fan. Katy and Bonnie are certainly as good looking as the Wilson sisters.