VIDEO: Tribute song for Jordan Cobb is listened to by thousands
A musical tribute to tragic teenager Jordan Cobb has racked up 12,000 hits within hours of being put on the internet.
Heartbroken Savanah Rich sang at the teenager's funeral last Thursday.
And she posted her version of Dappy's Good Intentions and DJ Sammy's Heaven on a website later that night.
A photo of Jordan and Savanah smiling side by side features alongside the song.
By today 12,000 people had logged on to listen to the tribute.
Savanah said: "This is a tribute song that I sung for Jordan at his funeral; it's a mash-up of Good Intentions by Dappy and Heaven by DJ Sammy.
"He had a huge impact on Plymouth. He was a friend, a family member, and to me a former boyfriend who was one of the most important people in my life.
"It was a tragic accident and this is the best way I could think of to pay my respects."
Jordan died after he jumped off the Torpoint ferry on New Year's Eve.
His devastated mum Donna was one of the thousands of people who logged on to YouTube to listen to Savanah singing the tribute.
Mrs Cobb left a message for Savanah saying: "Thank you so much for doing this for Jordan yesterday. You were so brave standing up and doing this for Jordan.
"It touched all our hearts. It was beautiful and Jordan would be so proud. Love you."
Scores more people left comments on the video.
Laura Redding wrote: "Sat here crying my eyes out. Truly beautiful and heartfelt. Can't even begin to imagine the pain you and his family feel."
Gina Summer added: "I'm sure that in the future Jordan's mum will be able to listen to you singing to her beautiful baby boy and her heart will be full of love.
"I admire you youngsters so much for the courage and conviction you all have shown since that fateful night."
Hundreds of people packed into the Minister Church of St Andrew to say goodbye to 16-year-old Jordan.
After a huge search operation, his body was recovered on January 16.
Last month an inquest was opened and adjourned by Coroner Andrew Cox who recorded drowning as the provisional cause of death following a post-mortem examination.
An online donation page, which was set up to help Jordan's family, has so far raised £1,729.