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Friday, December 23, 2016

Autistic girl's heavenly 'Hallelujah' tops 1 million views


A 10-year-old Irish girl, backed by a choir of classmates, is a holiday hit.

In a Facebook video post that had 1.3 million views as of Thursday evening, Kaylee Rodgers stunningly sings Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" during a Christmas show at Killard House School, a special-needs school in Northern Ireland.

Rodgers, who has autism and ADHD, according to ITV, started singing when she was 3.

"It was really amazing how many views I got," she told ITV. "I just loved doing it."

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tears .. beautiful ! I have special needs kids too what a beautiful girl and song

Anonymous said...

An exquisite interpretation. What a glorious voice she has!

Anonymous said...

very nice.

Zorro said...

love this...

Anonymous said...

You can see and hear the power of God and the Holy Spirit through her beatiful voice. i was truly moved to tears. Every one in the world should see this. It is what the season is all about: seeing the good in all people and sharing it with others.
thank you for sharing; you made my Christmas!

Unknown said...

A beautiful voice coming from a beautiful girl.

Unknown said...

"It was really amazing how many views I got," she told ITV. "I just loved doing it."

And maybe that's why everyone loves it and it got 2.5 million views so far.

Anonymous said...

Awsome!