It's getting down to the wire on The Voice, which means the line between the "good" and "bad" performances is real thin.  

There are only five contestants left, and they all kind of overwhelmed us tonight with gorgeous renditions of some of our favorite songs.

India Carney, for instance, took on Sara Bareilles' "Gravity," which is a tune that never fails to make us both smile and cry at the same time. Her performance was perfectly simple, too, and we may have already watched her performance several times since it aired.

We also loved hearing Meghan Linsey sing Sam Smith's "I'm Not the Only One," though she was a tad shaky.

While we haven't yet decided who we want to win it all (because we kind of love everyone), Blake Shelton officially deemed Sawyer Fredericks the frontrunner after his gorgeous performance of "A Thousand Years."

We have to say, we definitely wouldn't mind if Sawyer took home the top prize, because that kid really can sing. Take a listen to his rendition below! 

Another standout from tonight's episode came from Koryn Hawthorne, who completely rocked an epic performance of "Oh Mary Don't You Weep," and got rave dreams-come-true reviews from the likes of Pharell.

Tune in tomorrow night to find out who makes it to the top four! 

The Voice airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC. 

(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

Who gave your favorite performance of the night? Sound off in the comments!

CLICK: The Voice's unforgettable musical memories

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