YouTube has been filled with amateur covers and spoofs of pop songs for years now, and in 2013 Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" was probably got the most remakes. But as you can see from the video gallery below, most versions were comedic, either as outright parodies or by winkingly changing the genre to country or indie.

And then there's this cover by Joyce Jimenez, an 11-year-old blind girl from the Philippines who went viral earlier this year with a shockingly powerful version of "Wrecking Ball" that only grows in strength and emotional impact as it goes along. The fact that Jimenez reads the lyrics in braille as she sings made it rend our hearts even more.

A Filipino news site points out she's "also always at top of her class in school."

When you're done watching Joyce since, and maybe weeping a little, cheer up with the silly versions below.

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  • Regina the hedgehog

  • Country version

  • Construction Workers React to "Wrecking Ball"

  • Radio 1 DJ Greg James

  • Liza Anne

  • Steve Kardynal, 'Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version)'

  • Nicolas Cage Edition

    (For full version, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/09/13/miley-cyrus-wrecking-ball-nicolas-cage_n_3919079.html" target="_blank">see here</a>)

  • "Nothing Compares To Wrecking Ball"

  • Nicholas Pilapil

  • Kitten Edition

  • Ed Bassmaster

  • Vine: Justin Dionisio

  • 2 Irish guys watch Wrecking Ball

  • TwentyForSeven

  • Shane Dawson TV (starring Kristin Findley)

  • King The Kid

  • Tennis Ball - Wrecking Ball For Dogs

  • Tion Phipps

  • Minecraft version

  • Tiffany Alvord

  • Vine: Frank McDonald

  • London Grammar

  • 'Reaping Ball'

  • HAIM cover Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball in the Live Lounge

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  • The Flaming Lips w/ Stardeath and White Dwarfs -- "Borderline"

    Originally by Madonna

  • Aretha Franklin -- "Touch My Body"

    Originally by Mariah Carey

  • Sonic Youth -- "Superstar"

    Originally by Delaney & Bonnie; made famous by The Carpenters

  • All-American Rejects -- "Womanizer"

    Originally by Britney Spears

  • Cake -- "I Will Survive"

    Originally by Gloria Gaynor

  • Scissor Sisters -- "Comfortably Numb"

    Originally by Pink Floyd

  • Lissie -- "Pursuit of Happiness"

    Originally by Kid Cudi ft. MGMT

  • William Shatner -- "Bohemian Rhapsody"

    Originally by Queen

  • Mandy Moore -- "Umbrella"

    Originally by Rihanna ft. Jay Z

  • John Mayer -- "Kid A"

    Originally by Radiohead

  • Vampire Weekend -- "Blurred Lines"

    Originally by Robin Thicke ft. T.I. and Pharrell Williams

  • Kelly Clarkson -- "Seven Nation Army"

    Originally by The White Stripes

  • Alanis Morissette -- "My Humps"

    Originally by Black Eyed Peas

  • Ben Folds -- "Bitches Ain't Shit"

    Originally by Dr. Dre

  • 30 Seconds to Mars -- "Stronger"

    Originally by Kanye West

  • Nina Gordon -- "Straight Outta Compton"

    Originally by N.W.A

  • The Fray -- "The Sign"

    Originally by Ace of Base

  • Sid Vicious -- "My Way"

    Originally by Frank Sinatra

  • Limp Bizkit -- "Faith"

    Originally by George Michael

  • The Who -- "Summertime Blues"

    Originally by Eddie Cochran

  • Jay Z -- "No Sleep Till Brooklyn"

    Originally by Beastie Boys

  • Beach House -- "Lemonade"

    Originally by Gucci Mane

  • Bill Cosby -- "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

    Originally by The Beatles

  • Tori Amos -- "'97 Bonnie and Clyde"

    Originally by Eminem

  • Sara Bareilles -- "Single Ladies"

    Originally by Beyonce

  • Marilyn Manson -- "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)"

    Originally by Eurythmics

  • The Civil Wars -- "Billie Jean"

    Originally by Michael Jackson