There’s a book by Alan Light called “The Holy Or The Broken” all about the history of the song Hallelujah from Leonard Cohen to Jeff Buckley to the song’s place in pop culture as an oft-misunderstood American standard.
At the end of the book the author says “But I’ve never heard a really good parody of it.” Something that went beyond just changing the words but actually makes fun of the song itself.
And so I, having never written a parody before, set out to use the song’s own lyrics against it to make fun of it’s overuse in pop culture.
Available in Streaming and Download on all major services. (Not currently available on Spotify, but I’m working on it.)