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Get “Happy” With This American Sign Language Performance of Pharrell’s Hit Song

This video gives new meaning to the term "happy campers."

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Pharrell’s “Happy” is the song that keeps on giving (and giving and giving and giving).

Whether it’s watching adorable kids dance to the catchy tune, listening to an acoustic version, checking out the full choir treatment of the track or watching Weird Al Yankovic’s take on it, it’s hard not to smile when you hear the song, no matter how many times you’ve heard it. While a “Happy” overdose may be setting in, there’s one more take on the chipper tune that you’re going to want to check out.

In a new video posted to YouTube, campers and staff from the 2014 Deaf Film Camp put a new spin on the song by performing it in American Sign Language (ASL). Produced by campers and staff at Deaf Film Camp — a two-week summer program for deaf and hard-of-hearing teens interested in filmmaking — their joyful take on the song gives new meaning to the term “happy campers.”

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