This Girl Found A Well In Italy To Sing 'Hallelujah' Into — And It Sounds Incredible

She's got an impressive set of pipes on her.

From Rufus Wainwright, to Pentatonix, to a 10-year-old girl from Ireland, we've heard some seriously gorgeous covers of Leonard Cohen's iconic song "Hallelujah." But none of them are quite like this one we just discovered because of well, a well. 

During a trip to Italy, 17-year-old Tiffany Day stumbled upon a grated wishing well in Venice and decided to test the acoustics. Day, who was traveling with her Kansas high school choir for spring break, took the opportunity to sing Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," using the well's echo to enhance her cover. 

And, well, you need to just take a listen to understand how beautiful it sounded. 


After she returned from her trip, Day decided to share the video of her cover on Twitter. The video quickly went viral, with more than 309,000 people favoriting it and over 128,000 retweeting it to-date. 

Many of those people made sure to let Day know just how moved and impressed they were with her wonderful singing. 

Day said she was "overwhelmed" by all of the positive comments and promised she would keep posting videos of herself singing. First up, she decided to record a full version of "Hallelujah" and post it to her YouTube channel. 

You can check that out below.

We can't wait to hear what she covers next. 


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