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Hallelujah: Interactive Piano Chords

Learn to play the piano chords of Hallelujah on La Touche Musicale app.
hallelujah piano chords

Play the chords of Hallelujah on the piano.

In this article, you will learn how to play the chords of Hallelujah easily on the piano. You can also learn to play all the notes of the song with the La Touche Musicale interactive app.

Overview of piano chords

Play the chords below one after the other to get an overview of the song Hallelujah played as a piano accompaniment.


Eb piano chords hallelujah


Bb piano chords hallelujah


F piano chords hallelujah


Gm piano chords hallelujah

Play all the chords

Play all these chords in a row to reproduce the entire Hallelujah piece on the piano.
E♭ F B♭ F B♭ E♭ F Gₘ E♭ F D⁷ Gₘ E♭ Gₘ E♭ B♭ F B♭ Gₘ B♭ Cₘ B♭ Gₘ B♭ Gₘ E♭ F B♭ F B♭ E♭ F Gₘ E♭ F D D/F♯ Gₘ E♭ Gₘ E♭ B♭ F B♭ Gₘ B♭ Gₘ B♭ Gₘ B♭ Gₘ E♭ F B♭ F B♭ E♭ F Gₘ E♭ F D⁷ Gₘ B♭ E♭ Gₘ E♭ B♭ F B♭ E♭ F B♭ F B♭ E♭ F Gₘ E♭ F D D⁷ Gₘ E♭ Gₘ E♭ B♭ F B♭ F E♭ Gₘ E♭ B♭ F E♭ Gₘ E♭ B♭ F E♭ Gₘ F E♭ B♭ F B♭ B♭⁵ E♭ G E♭ B♭ E♭ Gₘ E♭

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Hallelujah : the lyrics of the song

Once you have successfully played the chords to this song, practice singing the lyrics over your piano playing.

Now I’ve heard there was a secret chordThat David played, and it pleased the LordBut you dont really care for music, do you?It goes like this, the fourth, the fifthThe minor falls, the major liftsThe baffled king composing Hallelujah
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, Hallelujah
Your faith was strong but you needed proofYou saw her bathing on the roofHer beauty and the moonlight overthrew herShe tied you to a kitchen chairShe broke your throne, and she cut your hairAnd from your lips she drew the Hallelujah
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, Hallelujah
Well, maybe there’s a God aboveAs for me all I’ve ever learned from loveIs how to shoot somebody who outdrew youBut it’s not a crime that you’re hear tonightIt’s not some pilgrim who claims to have seen the LightNo, it’s a cold and it’s a very broken Hallelujah
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, HallelujahInstrumental
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, Hallelujah
Well people I’ve been here beforeI know this room and I’ve walked this floorYou see I used to live alone before I knew yaAnd I’ve seen your flag on the marble archBut listen love, love is not some kind of victory march, noIt’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, Hallelujah
There was a time you let me knowWhat’s really going on belowBut now you never show it to me, do you?And I remember when I moved in youAnd the holy dove she was moving tooAnd every single breath we drew was Hallelujah
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, Hallelujah
Now I’ve done my best, I know it wasn’t muchI couldn’t feel, so I tried to touchI’ve told the truth, I didnt come here to London just to fool youAnd even though it all went wrongI’ll stand right here before the Lord of songWith nothing, nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah
Hallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, HallelujahHallelujah, Hallelujah

Hallelujah : presentation

“Hallelujah” is a song written by Canadian poet and singer Leonard Cohen in 1984. The song has been covered many times by various artists, including Jeff Buckley, John Cale and Rufus Wainwright.The song is based on biblical references, with deep and poetic lyrics that evoke themes such as love, faith, pain and grace.The melody of “Hallelujah” is simple and sweet, creating a moving mood that enhances the poetic dimension of the lyrics. The song culminates in the powerful refrain “Hallelujah” (Praise the Lord), which is repeated several times, reinforcing the idea of spiritual momentum.The song was moderately successful when it was first released, but it was Jeff Buckley’s cover version that really popularized it in the 1990s. Buckley’s version became one of the most influential pieces of music of its time and has been used in numerous movies, television shows and commercials.“Hallelujah” has been hailed for its poetic beauty and universal spiritual significance. It is now considered one of the most iconic songs in music history.
hallelujah piano chords presentation

Any questions?

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about Hallelujah on the piano.

To play the chords of this song, simply read the main chords in the illustrated “Chord overview” section, then play all the chords in succession in the next section. You can use the video of the song to play in rhythm on your piano.

The main chords you need to play on the piano for this song are the following: Verse: C – Am – C – Am F – Am – F – C/G G – G7 – C – G/B Am – Am/G – F – G / Chorus: F – Am – F – Am F – Am – G – G7 C – G/B – Am – Am/G F – G – C – E
You must play this song with a tempo of 64 BPM.

To learn how to play the whole piece, you can go toLa Touche Musicale learning app, which will allow you to play the notes and chords at your own pace on over 3,000 songs.

To play the notes and chords of other songs of the same style on the piano, you can visit the section of our blog dedicated to piano chords of popular songs or go to the La Touche Musicale appwhich will allow you to learn to play more than 3,000 songs in an efficient and interactive way.

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hallelujah piano chords
hallelujah piano chords
hallelujah piano chords
hallelujah piano chords

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