Leonard Cohen's "You Want it Darker", from his final album of the same name.
From previous posts, you probably know I'm not a fan of Cohen's vocals. His writing is usually on point, but he's not what I'd call an easiest vocalist. In this song, he talks. Just talks.
"You Want it Darker", is a tip of his hat to the end of his life. Cohen had to know the end to his life was near, so his statement, "I'm ready, my lord" has a more profound meaning.
The album version is fine and good, but there is a "live" version out there, that I really like. It's still talking, but now there's a choir and cantor.
The attached version is the best I could find.