Often times, when you see singer compete on a show like The Voice, they try to impress judges through showmanship. In an effort to stand out, it's not uncommon to see a boisterous performer entertain as opposed to serenade. Celia Pavey took the latter approach though, singing the old English ballad, "Scarborough Fair" in a performance that is absolutely divine. 

Popularized by American folk singers Simon and Garfunkel, the duo sang a similar version of the song they had heard played by English folk singer Martin Carthy while on tour in England, according to songfacts.com. The ballad references the coastal town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire and details a budding romance between a young man and woman.

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