A 10-year-old girl with autism presented stunning rendition of the “Hallelujah” song


In the past, many artists have come up with the rendition of the “Hallelujah” song, they sound good. But need to hear how this little girl with autism presented the song. She proved that not only the grown and mature singers can perform well but she does also hold the capability to justify the song. Kaylee Roger is a student at Killard Houser School. Her school encouraged her to showcase her talent and confidence. She does hold a great delightful stage presence. This might be the reason that she was capable of holding up such an incredible rendition of the Leonard Cohen song “Hallelujah”. She sings with such passion that it is hard to hold your tears.

However, Kaylee Rogers has utilized a lot of her time in presenting this performance. She was so much passionate about her singing that her mental disability also couldn’t stand as a bar. She sang whole of the song without seeing the lyrics, thus this proves how well she memorized the song. She suffers from ADHD and autism, but her performance doesn’t hold any of her disability. She stands upright in front of the whole crowd delivering a stunning performance. Kaylee Rogers is 10 year old and at this young age she proved that her disability doesn’t decide her way.

She knows it very well that she holds a large capability to show to the world. Thus, the current rendition of the “Hallelujah” song presented by Kaylee is a heartwarming rendition. It says all about the grace of God and the need to love the neighbors. Watch this video to know what amazing performance of Kaylee.