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Hallelujah 

Can we all agree that we don’t have to necessarily buy into the whole nativity narrative to appreciate this version of Hallelujah? This kid has an amazing voice. My choir teacher would say great tonal memory. She didn’t miss a single note. And there’s something about her delivery that feels very authentic. 

You don’t have to have a mature vibrato to sing like an angel. 

Kayla Rodgers is a student at Killard House School in Northern Ireland. This school meets the needs of autistic children and those with moderate learning disabilities. 

7 Responses

  1. Yes, I love Kayla’s delivery and I like to think that Leonard would approve of her personal play with the lyrics. The choir behind her is impressive too, so strong and patient. This year of great loss is coming to an end. It took my music hero, Bowie; my poet hero, Cohen; and for the second time, unbelievably, the best candidate for President. I sing the “broken Hallelujah”.

  2. Pumpkinhead sent a seemingly innocuous tweet wishing Jewish people a Happy Hanukkah.

    The neo-Ratzi contingent among his fans freaked out.

    One wonders if Pumpkinhead has ever heard the tale of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, or the story of that crazy German scientist, what was his name–oh yeah, Frankenstein.

  3. RD: Beautiful song, beautifully done, thanks for sharing.

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