Watch: Sexy Lesbian Sign Language Version of Gotye's 'Somebody I Used To Know'

By: Diane Anderson-Minshall
July 27 2012 7:22 PM

Just when you thought this song might be over, comes a refreshingly new take on Gotye’s hit, “Somebody I Used to Know.” Cute, butch lesbian Azora Telford does an American Sign Language interpretation for deaf viewers, with help from director Julia Dameron and costar Terrylene.

The video, say the makers, is “an expression of ASL music composed by a team of Deaf and CODA (Child of Deaf Adult) members, including the crew and cast members. The inspiration of this concept was to allow communities largely under served by music to experience the passion and emotion it conveys, most take for granted. It also serves to expose and raise awareness about ASL art and deaf culture to the world. It demonstrates how music cannot only be heard, but be seen as well, by giving the viewer an aural and visually rich experience simultaneously.”

Trust me, Telford offers a visually rich experience!

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