“It’s good because it’s good ― really good.”

Kaylee Rodgers, a student who has autism and ADHD, sang the solo part for the famous tune during her school choir concert at Killard House School in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland.

Rodgers’ voice is stunningly beautiful ― and she exudes confidence while she sings with her classmates.

Source: Huffington Post: Kaylee Rodgers

7 thoughts on ““It’s good because it’s good ― really good.”

  1. Everyone has a gift within them – how wonderful it is that her gift of song has been found and shown to the world – throws the old stereotypes of autism and ADHD out the window!

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