Covering a Rascal Flatts song is not easy — Gary LeVox hits the high notes like no one else — but one girl tried her hand at the group's "Changed," and it will blow your mind.

Ryleigh Ledford is a beautiful little girl with a big, beautiful voice. For this cover, she sings with no track, no music ... nothing. It's just her acappella tackling LeVox's high notes on the song, which tells a true story of a baptism, and according to Ryleigh's caption, she may have recorded it for the same reason. Her caption says she wanted to share her baptism. She posted the video in 2013, a few months after the group first released the emotional tune. Ryleigh's voice has remained consistently impressive and powerful even though in her more recent covers she tends to use tracks and editing. Watch the entire cover of Rascal Flatts' "Changed" by Ryleigh Ledford above.

"Changed" is the title track of Rascal Flatts' 2012 album, which brought the singles "Banjo" and "Come Wake Me Up" before this one.

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