I guess Mr Cohen, and yes he fits nicely into my Jews on Cards collection, isn't particularly sought after (or I got really lucky) as I picked him up on Ebay for 25 cents. Try to find another, though.
These days Leonard Cohen is best known for his enigmatic and arguably over covered song, Hallelujah. Here's what he said about it in 2012:
"The only moment that you can live here comfortably in these absolutely irreconcilable conflicts is in this moment when you embrace it all and you say, 'Look, I don't understand a fucking thing at all – Hallelujah!' That's the only moment that we live here fully as human beings."
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Leonard interviewed on Candadian television