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A parody of Jeff Buckley/Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" directed at Dr. John Watson after the fall.
Lyrics and voice are mine, I obviously claim no ownership over melody, etc.
EDIT: Ran out of downloads on Soundcloud. For those who asked, you can now download it on media fire here- http://www.mediafire.com/?tddwukmw204s1kt
LYRICS for those that asked:
It's stuck in your head
a dissonant chord
that sherlock played
and you yelled 'no more'
he said 'you don't really care for music, do you?'
but if you had known it'd go like this
you'd have put up with every little bit
now you know he was composing hallelujah
See you had your faith, Needed no proof
Till you saw him standing on the roof
And "goodbye, john" they were his last words to you
And the second he stepped off you knew
He took your heart, broke it in two
and from your lips he drew the hallelujah
And John you know you've been here before
But therapy can't help anymore
You think that you can't live alone
but somehow you do
There's a yellow face upon the wall
But it's not a smile no, not at all
It's a cold and it's a broken hallelujah
Was there a time when he let you know,
what was really going on below?
See now you start to question, what was he to you?
Remember when he moved in with you
and your whole world started moving too
and every breath you drew was hallelujah
Maybe there's a god above
but you learned all you could from love
And shooting at the sun won't bring him back to you
You know that even when you were so alone
he picked you up, carried you home
after everything you owe him hallelujah