Leonard Cohen – Show me the place (Where the Word Became a Man…)

Show me the place where you want your slave to go
Show me the place I’ve forgotten I don’t know
Show me the place for my head is bending low
Show me the place where you want your slave to go
Show me the place help me roll away the stone
Show me the place I can’t move this thing alone
Show me the place where the Word became a man
Show me the place where the suffering began
The troubles came I saved what I could save
A thread of light, a particle, a wave
But there were chains so I hastened to behave
There were chains so I loved you like a slave
Show me the place where you want your slave to go
Show me the place I’ve forgotten I don’t know
Show me the place for my head is bent and low
Show me the place where you want your slave to go

The troubles came I saved what I could save
A thread of light, a particle, a wave
But there were chains so I hastened to behave
There were chains so I loved you like a slave
Show me the place
Show me the place help me roll away the stone
Show me the place I can’t move this thing alone
Show me the place where the word became a man
Show me the place where the suffering began

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3 responses to “Leonard Cohen – Show me the place (Where the Word Became a Man…)

  1. Bine v-am gasit, domnule Geoge – B!
    Este pentru prima data cand ascult, aceasta rugaciune a lui Leonard Cohen, cu ajutorul dumneavoastra si va multumesc mult de tot.
    Va marturisesc sincer, ca si mie imi place blogul dumneavoastra si am sa revin cu mult drag!
    Fiti binecuvantat cu o viata frumoasa, oriunde ati fii!
    O duminica minunata va doresc, domnule George-B! 🙂

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