Hallelujah (disambiguation)

Hallelujah is a Hebrew word meaning "praise the Lord".

Hallelujah may also refer to:

In music

* "Hallelujah" (Messiah), the chorus from George Frideric Handel's "Messiah"
* "Hallelujah" (Leonard Cohen song), a song by Leonard Cohen, covered by Rufus Wainwright for "Shrek".
* "Hallelujah" (gospel song), a gospel song arranged by Mervyn Warren
* "Hallelujah" (Paramore song), a song by Paramore
* "Hallelujah" (AAA song), a song by the group AAA
* "Hallelujah" (Gali Atari and Milk & Honey song), the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1979.
* "Halleluhwah", a song from Can's 1971 album "Tago Mago"
* "Hallelujah" (album), an album by Canned Heat

Other

* "Hallelujah!" (TV series) a British sitcom
* "Hallelujah!" (1929 film) a 1929 film directed by King Vidor
* Hallelujah Football Club, a South Korean football club
* Hallelujah, a second personality of Allelujah Haptism

ee also

* Alleluia


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