No one does Hillary Clinton quite like Saturday Night Live鈥榮 Kate McKinnon (other than, you know, Hills herself). In the first episode of SNL since the election, the comedian was back in her white pantsuit, once again portraying Hillary (who we might soon see supporting daughter Chelsea鈥檚 political career) to a tee.

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 18: Actress Kate McKinnon attends the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

There was one major difference this time around, however: The skit had most people in tears rather than fits of laughter. Taking a somewhat unexpected approach after the history-making election results, the episode got rather poignant as Kate鈥檚 Hillary took to the piano to sing Leonard Cohen鈥檚 鈥淗allelujah,鈥 as can be seen in the clip below.

WOW. Not only was the performance a beautiful tribute to Leonard, the legendary poet and artist who passed away earlier this week, but it seemed to perfectly sum up how much of the nation is feeling RN, a fact Jamie Lee Curtis couldn鈥檛 help but point out on Twitter.

鈥淭hank you Leonard Cohen and #SNL!鈥 she wrote. She was by no means the only one who was utterly moved by the moment. Although there was a LOT of buzz surrounding funnyman Dave Chappelle making his hosting debut, the spotlight soon shifted to Kate鈥檚 moment on stage, with fans praising the show, Kate and Hillary.

Yet no matter what folks thought of the performance itself, the simple yet extremely powerful message Kate delivered at the end of her rendition of 鈥淗allelujah鈥 was the real kicker. It came in the form of a single sentence and, if you ask us, it was perfect: 鈥淚鈥檓 not giving up, and neither should you.鈥

鈥淗allelujah鈥 to that!

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(h/t Hollywood Reporter, photos via Saturday Night Live via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)