I Will Always Love You was originally recorded by Dolly Parton on her 1974 album Jolene and as a single the same year but the best known version was recorded by Whitney Houston for the 1992 film The Bodyguard. It is about a break up where the singer realises that the relationship is not working and that she is not right for her lover, so she chooses to end the relationship with respect. This is the incredible performance that Veronica gave at the Malta Junior Eurovision Song Contest on 16 July, 2016. She nails this technically difficult song perfectly, starting the song a cappella after a single pitch note and having to match the tempo and cue the start to music 8 bars before it starts, something that is easy to do with a live band but incredibly difficult to do with the prerecorded track that is used here. She is equally comfortable singing the high notes as she is with the lower pitched sections of the song. She also wrings ever last bit of emotion from the song in such a genuine manner that it is easy to believe that she is really saying goodbye to someone who she still greatly respects. Veronica‘s singing shines through the whole performance despite the inept sound mixing that would be forgivable if it was recorded with a mobile phone but not from a supposedly professional TV technician, but this performance is so great that even that can’t hide her talent.