10-Year-Old Girl With Autism Sings ‘Hallelujah’ And The Internet Gets Goosebumps

When a song becomes popular, is often covered by many different artists, some of them famous and others unknown. One song that has been covered hundreds, if not thousands of times, is Hallelujah, by Leonard Cohen. We have heard so many people sing it that it is difficult to keep track but this young girl is certainly worthy of our attention.


Her name is Kaylee Rogers and she is about to blow you away with her outstanding singing abilities. When she sings Hallelujah, you are going to get chills, goosebumps and then more chills on top of it. What might come as a surprise to you is the fact that Kaylee suffers from autism, a developmental disability that affects communication and how people relate to each other.

This little girl has autism, but she is able to communicate beautifully through her music. It was noted that she could barely talk when she was just a little younger but now, her music is helping her to have some confidence. It takes effort on her part, as you can well understand, but the end result is certainly worth any effort put forth.

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