Paris Candlelight Vigil Crowd Breaks Into Impromptu Chorus Of 'Hallelujah'
November 16, 2015
Candlelight vigils have been held across Paris in the aftermath of the recent terror attacks.
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"I came here with all my friends tonight. ... I never saw Paris like this," 36 year-old Laurent Masseau said.
But perhaps one of the most touching moments came when a crowd broke into an impromptu chorus of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
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