Canadian Choir Performs A Spellbinding Version Of David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'

We're speechless.

We are pretty sure there's not a soul left in this world who hasn't heard the name David Bowie.

The news of Bowie's passing really brought the world to its knees, with heartbroken fans flooding the Internet with all sorts of tributes to his music, his style, his effervescent personality.

This choir from Canada decided to honor Bowie's memento in the best way they knew how — through his song.

Choir! Choir! Choir!, a choral group of more than 500 singers, gathered in Toronto last week to perform a version of Bowie's iconic hit "Space Oddity." The end result is a spellbinding — and at times even bone-chilling — ode to one of the greatest musicians of our time.

As the choir accurately puts it in its video description"RIP Starman: to say we'll miss you doesn't even scratch the surface."

Listen to the full performance below: