Listen as a singing orderly tries to cheer up patients

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WEST READING, Penn. - An orderly at a Pennsylvania hospital is bringing some sunshine to the patients there, one not at a time.

Patients and staff can usually hear Jeremy Davis singing in the halls of Reading Hospital.

The 23-year-old is known as the 'singing transporter' because he sings tot he patients as he wheels them around the hospital.

He says his tunes are a hit with the female patients, but not so much with the men.

Among the songs in his repertoire are "A Whole New World" from 'Aladdin' and "Hero" by Enrique Iglesias.

The aspiring youth pastor says he's just trying to bring some happiness to his patients.