Celine Dion Surprises the Canadian Tenors and Sings Hallelujah With Them!



  • 2013-03-24T23:13:02

old girl can sing, but forgot to finish dressing.

  • 2013-03-24T12:47:23

oh he is gorgeous.

  • 2013-03-23T22:29:28

Absolutely awesome! Celine is my favorite all time singer.

  • 2013-03-23T22:00:45

Check out the original lyrics by Leonard Cohen: http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/leonardcohen/hallelujah.html.

  • 2013-03-23T20:58:37


  • 2013-03-23T07:58:44

Very well said Alanna. God uses everyone and anything He wants.

  • 2013-03-23T05:33:53

I'm not going to say it doesn't matter whether or not the song is "Christian" in origin. I'm just going to relate that personally, as someone who has had a relationship with God and been in the church for my whole life, this song touched me immensely the first time I heard it. And it has since become one of my absolute favorite songs of all time. Why? Because I understand that God gives people who are not Christians gifts, and often they use them better than Christians do (which is a whole other subject). This song is so reflective of a real time of crisis, searching out spirituality and reasons for living, and if you'd listen to the last verse, it says, "even though it all went wrong, I stand before the Lord of song with nothing on my tongue but hallelujah." No matter what the intent, the reason behind the writing of this line, it is still powerful, and God can use it. So don't judge someone's art because it is "Not Christian." God uses all things, particularly art, to touch souls and show them truths about Himself, even if they don't realize it at the time.

  • 2013-03-23T04:31:54


  • 2013-03-23T02:20:40

Bad news pal, you're going to have to dislike the rest of the video too because of your religious prejudices. The song was written by a (clutch the pearls) Jew!

  • 2013-03-23T02:17:50

Hein, you can't even debate the intent! Nothing relates to Christianity in that song and you're being silly if you continue to believe it. There's faith and there's obtuse. It's a song written by a jew (Cohen) who does not worship Jesus in any way shape or form. To strip away the syllablage: it's about a man who's contemplating god and dying because he got dumped by his babe. Very early '80s material; pop-psalms. Amen? Not!

  • 2013-03-23T02:12:38

Music has always been a form of worship unto itself.. When you sing you pray twice..

  • 2013-03-23T02:09:01

.... Thanks for sharing Jo - this song carries one of the most anointed choruses that I have ever heard .... And God delivered it to the world the only way He probably could , to get it to the lost - who knows ? If He'd have brought it through the church - it may never have made it to them ! Just stayed in the four walls ..... we're s'posed to be salt & light peeps ! I believe that no-one listening to this piece, doesn't get touched by thoughts of God....It all counts when we're standing in the gap for those He is calling ... In my own walk He has used the most unlikely tools ;))) Btw.... used to live in Qld & grew up with the ockers, mate ! Aussie, Aussie, Aussie - Oi! Oi! Oi!

  • 2013-03-23T01:58:49

David what makes you an authority on what has a christian message and what does not? The Lord speaks to everyone on a personal level, and while this song might not be the method in which He speaks to YOU, it may be what He uses to speak to others. I find your comment very self serving.

  • 2013-03-23T01:57:16

I agree with Peter Fisico, liked it till I saw Oprah. I will pray for her and all of those she has mislead!

  • 2013-03-23T01:56:51

When did Oprah renounce her faith? That is crazy, are we sure that it's not just rumor?

  • 2013-03-22T22:30:12


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