Tiny Girl with Autism Sings Different Version of ‘Hallelujah,’ And Leaves Everyone in Tears

There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding autism and what those who have this condition can and cannot do. And one of the myths that still persist out there is that people with autism can’t feel or express any type of emotion. That’s just not true.
Autism makes the person trying to communicate the emotions express them in different ways than most of us are used to perceiving. But it doesn’t make the person not feel the same emotions everyone else feels at some point or the other.
Maybe it’s this unique way of expression that makes the performance in the video below so special. You see, the girl performing has autism and her version of Leonard Cohen’s iconic “Hallelujah” is likely to give you goosebumps.
Every note that comes out of her mouth is filled with grace and emotion, and the way she belts out the song is unlike anything you’ve ever heard before.
Kaylee is not only a gifted singer but also a confident young lady who is not afraid to take center stage and express herself. Her charming stage presence is unquestionable and one of the many things that will make you want to share this clip with all of your friends and family.


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