Laila Biali – Show Me The Place (where the word became a man)



Canadian pianist & singer Laila Biali performs a live cover of Leonard Cohen‘s Show Me The Place. Filmed on tour in Canada at the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto on February 10, 2012. 

Laila Biali: piano, vocals, glockenspiel, arrangement. George Koller: bass. Larnell Lewis: drums. Ben Wittman: percussion. 

Video by One Punch Productions. Mix by Ben Wittman. 
Hair & Makeup by Annastasia Cucullo. Dress by Pam Chorley (Fashion Crimes).

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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 bending 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
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     lyrics…

2 responses to “Laila Biali – Show Me The Place (where the word became a man)

  1. Absolut superba melodia! In interpretari exceptionale! Imi plac foarte mult ambele variante!
    O seara minunata va doresc, domnule George si un week-end superb! 🙂

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    • De aceea le-am pus amandoua (back to back). Imi place ceea ce Laila a facut cu xilifonul, e interpretarea unei persoane tinere, dar cu intelepciune is visiune, desi privind lumea prin ochi tineri! Foarte frumos. Imi pare asa de bine ca v-au placut si ca ati lasat o nota de apreciere! La revedere!

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