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Student sings ‘Hallelujah’ into an Italian well—and the Internet is mesmerized

TIffany Day via Instagram

Who needs back up when you’ve got the echo of an ancient water well?

Singers everywhere, take note: You don’t need backup vocalists if you can find yourself a good well.

A Kansas student named Tiffany Day was in Italy recently and started singing her rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” into a deep lattice-covered well. Someone with her was smart enough to record it and now it’s gone viral.

Read more: 17 magical performances of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'

Day has since posted a full rendition of the song on her You Tube channel and has promised her new fans that she’ll post more.

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