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Youth Choir Starts Singing In A Hotel Pool & We Can’t Get Rid Of Our Goosebumps.

When you think of a noisy pool, you probably think of kids shouting, water splashing, and a dozen conversations overlapping. Those don’t blend into a particularly enjoyable sound.

But when this youth choir started singing after enjoying a hotel pool one day while on tour, they were blown away by the beautiful sound that the acoustics created. Naturally, someone got the camera to capture the moment.


The song they’re singing is called “I Believe,” and it’s written by Mark A. Miller.

The text for the piece comes from a poem that was written on the walls of a Cologne, Germany concentration camp during World War II.


It’s unknown who wrote the words, but their message is even more powerful when you consider their circumstances while writing them: “I believe in the sun even when it’s not shining. I believe in love, even when I don’t feel it. I believe in God, even when he is silent.”

After the choir is finished singing, you can tell that even they were amazed by the performance. The room falls silent, and if they don’t have chills from the pool, they do from their singing!

Watch the chillingly beautiful delivery below and share if the words inspired you.

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