Woman who broke into song for Harvey evacuees: 'We came to lend our gifts'

Victoria White and Marquist Taylor tell "GMA" what inspired them to break out into song in the middle of an evacuation shelter in Conroe, Texas.
3:07 | 08/31/17

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We are back now with the volunteers who hit the perfect pitch, the perfect note to lift spirits when Victoria white broke out into song at a Texas shelter. Her performance meant so much. 15 million views and counting. Here's a sample of that powerhouse performance. ??? We want to see let us see ??? ??? we want to see ??? Come on, y'all. One more time. ??? We want to see your kingdom yeah ??? Music can soothe the soul and we are thinked to you to be joined by Victoria white herself and her volunteering partner marquist Taylor at the shelter in Conroe, Texas. Conroe, Texas. It is so great to see you both and tell us, Victoria, what inspired you to go there to that shelter and break out into song. Well, our local shelter was at capacity for volunteers and so we knew we wanted to be boots on the ground and so we had to figure out somewhere that had space for volunteers and we found out that the shelter here in Conroe did and we came to lend our gifts. Victoria, we saw you getting strength from everyone around you. Absolutely, absolutely. It was great to be able to interact and meet and encourage everybody who was present. Marquist, are you planning to go to other shelters. Absolutely. There was a lot of loss but a lot of love so we'll keep spreading it all around. Whyon't you spread the love right now. Yes, ma'am. Absolutely. Let's do it. Let's do it. ??? Let the kingdom of heart be the mountain we're on the fountain I drink from ??? ??? or he is my song ??? ??? and let the kingdom of my heart be shadow where I hide ??? ??? the road of my life oh he is my song ??? Victoria and marquist, thank you. Wow. Absolutely, thank you, guys. What is your final message to people who are watching about the people who have been affected by this hurricane? The final message is that these people still need help and we encourage everybody to get out and serve, give, donate, monetarily that's what's going to be able to sustain the people. Let's be the hands and feet. Boots on the ground and we all have resources to give to help out one another. Bless you. Their example and gives and want to thank the many volunteer, emergency workers, troops and medical personnel that have helped the hundreds of victims at the lone star expo center as well as usher relief to thousands across the state

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