Surely on her way to becoming a viral sensation, 14-year-old Grace Templet delivers a jaw-dropping rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" that will have you in tears. In what appears to be a school auditorium, the young girl with the powerful voice delivered one of the most emotional renditions of the iconic song to date.
While the young singer maintains a steady hold on the difficult song throughout the entire performance, it's not until the climax where she belts out "It's not a cry you hear at night, it's not someone whose seen the light, it's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah" that you fully come to understand just how impressive her voice really is.
Cohen wrote "Hallelujah" at one of the lowest points of his career, which went on to become the defining single of his career. Years after the song's release, singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley brought the song to new heights with his rendition.
You can listen to the young girl's emotional rendition below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!
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