Couple puts favorite songs into sign language

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A couple in Southern California has been an inspiration to many people who have watched their videos on YouTube.

In July, Tina Cleveland, who works as a sign-language interpreter, and her fiancé, Paul Sirimarco, began posting the videos of themselves interpreting popular songs.

Sirimarco didn’t know many signs in the beginning, and for each song they’ve done, Cleveland has taught him the signs for his part.

Courtesy: YouTube/Paul and Tina Sirimarco
Courtesy: YouTube/Paul and Tina Sirimarco

Once word of the videos spread, parents began sharing videos and photos of their children enjoying and doing the sign-alongs, which has been most meaningful to the couple.

Their YouTube channel includes many other songs, including:

Love is an Open Door from Frozen
You’re the One That I Want from Grease
Imagine by John Lennon
Man in the Mirror
Don’t Stop Believin’ (Glee remix)
Take Me Out to the Ballgame (by request)
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John and Kiki Dee



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