Released: December 1967
A lover letter to a real life dancer and traveler but also to the ethereal beauty of Montreal, this track began as a poem (‘Suzanne Takes You Down’) before being recorded by Judy Collins. Forthright and literate with a flowery orchestration from producer John Simon, Cohen’s definitive version appeared on the troubadour’s classic debut ‘Songs Of Leonard Cohen’.
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