12-year-old Madison Tevlin crushed the statistics on Down syndrome with a touching cover of John Legend's 'All Of Me.'

Tevlin was born with Down syndrome—a condition that causes those with it to have "gruff and low-pitched voices, making it difficult to sing. Statistics from a study on Down Syndrome Education International also shows that people with Down syndrome have to use twice the energy to activate the vocal muscles required to sing.

Madison's performance is special, because she has put time and hard work into her vocal technique to defy the odds and inspire others.

I want to inspire.

Share her performance with the world—you never know who you may inspire.

[via HuffPo]