"Hallelujah (Deep Purple cover)" as written by Roger Frederick Cook and Roger John Reginald Greenaway....
I am a preacher with a message for my people
Over the world, scratching on the ground
Looking for the peace that nobody has found

I am a spokesman for a better way of living
Love is the word and it can be heard
If you are young the message can be sung

Let me hear you sing, Hallelujah
Oh tell it to the man who's power is the sermon on the wall
Tell it to the man who says you can misjudge them all
Tell it 'till it can be heard above the wailing of the crowd
Tell it on the field of war and hope you'll soon be justified

There is a better way of life and it's not so hard to find
If you live and let the people in your world speak its mind

I am the pupil who sells his life for freedom
All over the world and it can be heard
If you are young the message can be sung


Lyrics submitted by SergeF2007

"Hallelujah" as written by Roger John Reginald Greenaway Roger Frederick Cook

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    General Commentgreat cover. wayyyy better than the original. cant believe no1 even posted the lyrics before. don't tink i need to put the meaning either. pretty easy to figure out.
    SergeF2007on June 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentLol makes me laught hearing them sing this cover, brings a diffrent kick into it form Deep Purpels
    WickermanTheThirdon October 16, 2009   Link

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