Nismah Osman unpacks the roles Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" has played in her life. Starting from her high school years, the song accompanied her through moments of joy and camaraderie as she and her friends turned street corners into stages, busking their way through summer afternoons.

Nismah reveals how "Hallelujah" later morphed from a simple song in her repertoire to a symbol of her personal and philosophical shifts, especially after moving away from her religious roots. Listen in as we discuss the enduring impact this song has had through various phases of Nismah's life. Click to explore how a single track can echo through time, shaping and reflecting personal growth.

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