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The Voice 2014’s second night of Battle Rounds 2 might have only been an hour long, but it was jam-packed with emotional and endearing performances that had us floored. Of the three battles of the night (technically four, but it was downsized to a mere 30 seconds), there was one that totally stood out from the bunch and earned the title of best performance.

While some of you may think that Team Usher’s battle between best friends Stevie Jo and Morgan Wallen to One Directions’ “Story of My Life” stole the show, we thought otherwise. The battle was definitely full of surprises — what with Morgan’s out-of-nowhere falsetto and Adam using his last steal to keep Morgan in the game — bit this battle, as well as Team Shakira’s battle between Ddendyl and Deja Hall to “Something” by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera had nothing on the first battle of the evening.

To be honest, from the moment we saw Team Blake Shelton’s battle between Sisaundra Lewis and Biff Gore to the James Brown classic, “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” we were convinced we had seen the best performance of the night. Between Sisaundra’s killer out-of-this-world high notes and Biff’s animated soulful singing, we were on pins and needles to see which of the veteran vocalists Blake would choose to be on his team. Fortunately for Sisaundra, Blake chose to keep her on his team, sending Biff back to sing for his congregation in Denver, Colorado.

Do you agree with our pick? Watch the clip below and tell us if you agree in the comments below!