The weekend is here and we're off to make the most of it. We think Leonard Cohen would approve.
Before we go here's one final video looking back on the songs and life of the man nicknamed - rather unfairly judging by the warm tributes to him - 'The Godfather of Gloom'.
Thanks for getting involved with #YourLeonardCohenLyric today. We'll finish with some more of your entries below mixed in with a final few celeb tributes from Elton John, Lily Allen and Nick Cave (scroll down for more from the likes of Russel Crowe, JK Rowling and Boy George).
Sorry if we missed your tweet out on here but it seems that Leonard was a popular man!
Paul Baker of Stenning, West Sussex, works for a company that arranges world tours and met Leonard in Denmark.
He said: "I'm really sad to hear the news. I joined him for three sectors of his world tour in 2012. You could not wish to meet a kinder, gentler and funnier man.
He had time for everyone, the fans waiting outside the hotel and the people at the airport. He was kind and polite beyond belief. He did not do 'celebrity'. A true gentleman in every way."
Heidi Gaetanoon Facebook offers:
"All men will be sailors then, until the sea shall set them free.."
Marco Cavagna goes for the opening track from his newest album:
"If you are the dealer, I'm out of the game
If you are the healer, it means I'm broken and lame
If thine is the glory then mine must be the shame
You want it darker"