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WATCH: Denver woman composes viral singing cover letter to grab employers' attention

WATCH: Denver woman composes viral singing cover letter to grab employers' attention
Posted at 10:14 AM, Feb 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-02-23 10:26:24-05

If you're tired of endlessly editing cover letters that recruiters skim through in 15 seconds, here's something to try.

Twenty-four-year-old Page Kemna of Denver got sick of her job applications going nowhere and composed a singing cover letter that's gone viral.

"Just let me know if you agree that this song is a stretch, but I'm kind of a catch, and there's something in me you might see," Kemna soulfully croons as she provides her own keyboard accompaniment. "I will go the extra mile and show you that I'm worthwhile."

Composing a 3-minute-long song seems like quite a few extra miles, but maybe that's just me.

Kemna's LinkedIn profile says she's currently a design associate at West Elm, but possibly not for long. 

DailyMail.com reports Kemna has had "lots of cool opportunities" from companies who've watched her video, and she's now "sifting through them." The viral clip has been seen more than 820,000 times on LinkedIn with nearly 1,500 comments.

Watch the entire song in the video player below.