Leonard Cohen: Suzanne

A listening comprehension exercise

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Suzanne takes you to her place near the
You can hear the go by, you can the night beside her
And you that she's half- but that's why you to be there
And she feeds you tea and oranges that all the way from
And just when you mean to her that you have no love to her
Then she you on her wavelength
And she the river answer that you've always been her

And you to travel with her, and you want to blind
And you that she trust you
For you've her perfect body with your

And Jesus was a when he walked upon the
And he a long time from his lonely wooden
And when he for certain only drowning men could him
He all men will be then until the shall them
But he was broken, long before the would open
Forsaken, human, he sank beneath your wisdom like a

And you want to with him, and you want to travel
And you maybe you'll trust
For he's your perfect with his mind

Now, Suzanne takes your and she leads you to the
She's rags and feathers from Salvation Army counters
And the pours down like on our lady of the harbor
And she you where to among the garbage and the
There are in the seaweed, there are in the morning
They are leaning out for and they wil lean that way
While Suzanne the mirror

And you to travel with her, and you want to blind
And you that you can her
she's touched your body with her