Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran in ASL *****************YouTube notice–Copyright disclaimer under section 107 of the copyright act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statue that might otherwise be infringing. Nonprofit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use **********sorry for a couple little mistakes, I apologize. I’m a chronic pain patient and tried my best in extreme pain today.i needed cheering up and ASL with a favorite song helps every time. I used to be an Interpreter for the Deaf at University of MI hospitals and st LESA /magnet schools Deaf ed. Program. I’m now a chronic pain patient with several chronic high pain illnesses especially CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) and I’ve suffered a TBI (3 yrs if Brain Injury rehab), a CVA (stroke) & an MI (heart attack)…. I have a pacemaker and also have 2 hearing aids because Ive been HH since I was injured in a MVA in 2002. Thank you! For watching & don’t hesitate to ask questions and/or make requests for songs…
An ASL Cover of this popular song sung by Justin Timberlake. It’s from the Dresmworks movie called “Trolls”. First I have posted the formal and regular ASL version of this song (American Sign Language). The 2nd version is a funky & fun version! Please check out my YouTube channel with over 45 (as of 6-20-17)ASL covers of popular, holiday , Broadway & Christian songs! I’d like to please ASK you to SUBSCRIBE TO MY ASLSUZYQ YOUTUBE PAGE!! I need subscribers in order to get my page name! Thank you so much!
P.S.: I also have another Youtube page @ Youtube.com/Suzydukettes and it’s an Advocacy channel with videos for spreading the news on behalf of the chronic pain patients.
Please enjoy watching the ASL Cover song below, of “Defying Gravity” from the Broadway show “Wicked” and sung here by Lea Michele. This is from my YOUTUBE page called “ASLSuzyQ”, please subscribe to my YOUTube Page after watching. Thank you so much! Enjoy! Feel free to tell me in the comments, what songs you would like to see done in ASL.
I used to be an Interpreter for the Deaf. I worked at a University hospital interpreting for Deaf patients and also I worked at a school for Deaf children in AZ. In 2002, I was in a horrible car accident. A man ran through a red light and I now live with several High pain chronic illnesses (CRPS is just one of them). I also live with the effects of a TBI and was in brain injury rehab for 3 years. I do the best I can now; as I cannot hear the song and lyrics very well together. I do this for entertainment/enjoyment and for fun. I do this to bring myself HOPE on a bad day. I am hearing impaired and I do this for enjoyment and entertainment. I do this for myself as much as I do it for you. I claim no copyright to the song or the band the chainsmokers.
This is the ASL version or cover of the song from “Moana”! From the original Disney movie, I’m here doing American Sign Language to the song “How Far I’ll Go”? I claim no copyrights to this song, the singer or the lyrics. I do these mostly to cheer people in pain.
I’m a chronic pain patient and also live with effects of a TBI & multiple chronic pain illnesses. I’m an Ambassador for the U.S. Pain Foundation. I just try to cheer up people and also myself because ASL is such an emotional language.
I did this song in an ASL cover for you to let you know whether you are carrying scars that show or ones that we cannot see, you are beautiful! Anorexia is the plight to be perfect and the hunger gives strength, or so I thought at one time. I thought it made me stronger than my parents and brother who were trying to call me horrible names and act abusive towards me as I got weighed weekly and given Ipecac if someone did feed me when I was growing up. When I got older I got better and worse depending on the stressfulness of a situation in my life. I guess it was my “coping mechanism” too , later on. But a car accident changed that and I stopped and I cured myself of that and those thoughts. I had to get better and try to feel better. I had to eat to take the medications that I needed to survive the pain from the multiple injuries and surgeries. It’s a very long story, but many people have long stories. This one is for us, all of us who have a “story”. We are beautiful no matter what anyone else says. Beauty comes from underneath the surface. It is deep inside the core of us. Sending love, I hope you enjoy this ASL cover song “Scars to your Beautiful”