Seconds After Plane Touches Down Unexpected Voice From The Back Leaves Passengers Covered In Chills
Kristin Danley 5/31/2018
After your flight lands on the tarmac, it can take a bit before you're allowed to embark from the plane and head into the airport. As you sit there, your mind races with everything you need and want to do next.
But while you're stuck sitting in your airplane seat waiting for the all-clear, what's a passenger to do to occupy the time? Nicole Trego discovered one exciting way to pass those minutes, thanks to a group of students from Illinois with the most amazing voices.
Nicole suddenly heard the sweet strains of Leonard Cohen's classic song "Hallelujah" while waiting to get off the plane. But it wasn't a recording -- it was live!
Nicole and many other passengers whipped out their phones and began recording as students from Monmouth-Roseville High School's choir began singing this beautiful classic song. In her video, you can see an airline employee peek around the corner from the galley in the back of the plane to see what on earth is going on.
The girls chimed in with the boys, blending to create a beautiful harmony. People at the front of the plane turn around to absorb what was transpiring toward the back of the plane.
Someone directs the kids with his hands, but the kids don't seem to need any guidance as they deliver this wonderful impromptu performance. This solemn and breathtaking rendition is chilling and seems to be a great way for the passengers to pass the time while waiting to leave the plane.
Their harmony is stunning and the kids simply sound amazing. What's even sweeter is that the kids appear to think nothing of singing together while seated on the plane.
Nicole, a chaperone for the students' trip to sing in New York City, gushed about the airplane performance, as did the abundance of Facebook users who commented on her post. Micheal Lear wrote: "This was a gift from a group of well behaved kids; a sweet distraction that lasted moments."
Others used such descriptors as "lovely," "beautiful," and "inspirational." Bless these kids for sharing their talents with a plane full of passengers biding their time until they resumed their day.