When Hillary Clinton conceded the presidential race to Donald Trump, her speech was dignified, but also tinged with a little sadness at the fact that the U.S. would have to keep waiting for its first female president.
However, a group of young women in California seized upon her words of hope for women everywhere and adapted parts of her Clinton's speech into a heart-rending anthem.
"To All the Little Girls" was composed by 13-year-old Isolde Fair who, along with her all-girls music theory class at Sol La Music Academy in Santa Monica, performed the song and posted the performance on YouTube.
"The message is that all girls (and women) should never doubt that they are valuable and powerful and can have their dreams come true," Fair wrote in the description.
The song samples the following passage from Clinton's concession speech, along with some original lyrics by Fair:
"And to all of the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your own dreams."
The dramatic yet stripped down performance is really incredible for someone so young, and Clinton herself congratulated the girls on the songs.
\u201cThanks to Isolde Fair & her classmates for this inspiring song. I'm with YOU. \ud83d\udc4f\ud83d\udc4f\ud83d\udc4f\u2728\nWatch: https://t.co/3Gt7IbcAMn\u201d