Somebody reported a tab because they didn't know how else to address an issue. (A PM to the tabber would work.) The person who reported it feels that "Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen Cover)" incorrectly credits authorship to Rufus Wrainwright [sic]. I'm thinking that the tabber knows this, but the syntax is confusing. If John wrote and recorded a song, and Jane performed it, also, is that a "John cover", or a "Jane cover"??
I dunno. But anyway, Cohen wrote it and Wainwright was one of MANY who covered it.
Hmmmm... He covered a Cohen song, so it's a Cohen cover.
Wainwright sang the cover, so it's a Wainwright cover.
I tried sumthin' else, too. I did a web search "The Doors covers." What turned up was a list of other artists' songs that The Doors played, rather than a list of other artists' performances of Doors songs. So this kinda confirms that the above title is incorrect. Right?
That's the way I would have taken it, ('cuz I knew who wrote it, maybe?), but I wasn't sure that was the right syntax. After looking around a bit, I got to thinking that it's the other way around. But I'm not bettin' my bottom dollar on this.
Since it's a version of the song to be played on harmonica, it's a cover of a song written by Cohen. And since it may not be exactly like the original, it's a close facsimile, or copy, or cover of Cohen's work.
So I would think Leonard Cohen Cover is correct, since you, the harp player, are covering the song.
At least I've convinced myself that it is correct.