Wherever you are and whatever you're doing, I'm going to need you to stop for a second.
Take a seat in a quiet area, throw on a pair of headphones, close your eyes and listen to the angelic voice of Tiffany Day.
The beyond talented Kansas student posted a video of herself singing "Hallelujah" into a well in Italy last week, and it's enough to send shivers down your spine.
There's no glitz, no glam and certainly no microphones -- just voice.
Are you ready? Are your headphones on?
OK, let's do this.
The breathtaking clip begins with Tiffany leaning into a well in Spoleto, Italy, as she quietly sings Leonard Cohen's classic song, "Hallelujah."
At first, chatter of the crowd can be heard around her... but within seconds, all external noise seems to fade away.
As she continues the tune, her voice can be heard echoing throughout the well and pouring into the room.
Humble as can be, she continues the song and impresses those surrounding her who are intently listening.
Without further ado, here's Tiffany Day, everyone:
I... don't... know what to say.
To be honest, I'm at a loss for words. All I know is I have the chills and I'm about to listen to the video a minimum of 20 times.
Tiffany talked to Elite Daily about the responses she's gotten from her singing clip, and claimed she had no idea so many people were going to fall in love with her voice.
She said, "I never thought my video would go viral, it was really unexpected and out of the blue."
People are saying Tiffany's voice gave them the chills.
Others just resorted to crying.
Since Tiffany posted the video of herself singing into the well on Tuesday, March 28, the tweet has already gotten over 128,000 shares and 309,000 likes.
Her booming popularity inspired her to post an official cover of "Hallelujah" onto her YouTube page, and it's racked up over 53,000 likes in a matter of four days.
Tiffany told Elite Daily she's been "singing ever since I could remember," and I think it's safe to say this is just the beginning of a successful career in music.
I'm going to go listen to "Hallelujah" a few more times.