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Hello! I'm new here! Im really exited to learn more and more about ASL and how music works and maybe someday preform. I dont know how post and stuff work that much yet but I hope someone on here can teach me! Anyways I need help on a new song that came out a week ago and I'm really cuoirs of how the lyrics would look like in ASL. I'm not really that new to ASL I started learning last year and I learned 2 songs in ASL but I wanted to learn them myself to see if glossing will help me. But I need to know the signs for some of the words as well. The lyrics are right down here

 

Calling the world from isolation
'Cause right now, that's the ball where we be chained
And if you're coming back to find me
You'd better have good aim
Shoot it true, I need you in the picture
That's why I'm calling you


[Chorus]
I'm alone between the left hand
Reset myself and get back on track
I don't want this isolation
See the state I'm in now?

[Verse 2]
Calling the hunter with the rifle
'Cause right now, that's the ball where we be chained
Shoot it true, I want you in the picture
That's why I'm calling you


[Chorus]
I'm alone between the left hand
Reset myself and get back on track
I don't want this isolation

See the state I'm in now?

 

[Verse 3]
If I pick it up when I know that it's broken
Do I put it back?
Or do I head out on to the lonesome track
And let you go?


[Outro]
I'm alone between the left hand
I dont want this isolation
See the state I'm in now?
If I pick it up when I know that it's broken
Do I put it back?
Or do I head out on to the lonesome track and let you go?
 

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