So will the covers stop?

Leonard Cohen’s heard enough of Hallelujah
If Leonard Cohen gets his wish, other people will stop singing this song.
In an interview with the CBC, Cohen called for a temporary moratorium on new versions of his song Hallelujah.
Cohen said he read a review of the movie Watchmen and the reviewer asked for a moratorium on Hallelujah in movies and TV shows.
He said he feels the same way.
“I think it’s a good song, but too many people sing it,” he said.
The Montreal poet and songwriter admits he is pleased to see the song take on new life รณ so many years after he recorded the original version.
Hallelujah was part of the album Various Positions that was rejected by his label, Sony.
The song has been sung by Jeff Buckley, k.d. lang, Rufus Wainwright and recently by X Factor and American Idol contestants.
The version of the song featured in Watchmen is Cohen’s own.