THEY were singing "he's got the whole world in his hands" and on Wednesday the Young Aussies had the Biloela Eisteddfod audience eating out of the palm of their hands.
Young Aussies is a group of young people each with a disability who perform as a choir.
The choir was formed as part of their Wednesday group at Blue Care.
This is the third year Blue Care has had a group performance at the Biloela Eisteddfod and according to the eisteddfod group, the audience love it.
Unlike most people, the thought of performing on stage just excites Jodi Twiner and Rohan Anger.
"What's there to be nervous about?" Rohan smiled confidently.
"I have been practicing every morning and every night before I go to bed," Jodi said.
For Jodi this is just another notch in her singing belt after singing publicly a few times before.
"I like singing and I have sung from a very young age which I have tried to continue," she said.
"It brings out the warmth in my heart."
Rohan believes it is important for the group to perform publicly.
"It's good for people to know just because we have a disability doesn't mean we can't do this," he said.
One of the group's co-ordinators Carolyn Perkins said she had seen the group's confidence and friendships grow.
"They are more confident," she said.
"In the group there are a few of them that don't read so I think it is very special when they can come up and attempt to read the song and they can recognise some of the words."
The Biloela Speech, Drama and Music will continue through to next week.