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Adele's 'Hello' In Sign Language Will Still Break Your Heart

11/05/2015 04:34 EST | Updated 11/05/2015 04:59 EST

Adele's "Hello" is sure to break hearts in any language. And American Sign Language (ASL) is no exception.

Interpreter Mary Lou Bartholomew posted to Vimeo this week her own take on Adele's tearjerking hit. And it's no less heartwrenching, even if you don't understand the hand signs.

You can see Bartholomew's passion shining through in moments like the chorus, when Adele sings, "Hello from the other side/I must have called a thousand times/To tell you I'm sorry for everything that I've done."

Gorgeous. Lyrical. Powerful.

We feel bad about leaving you in a sad mood. So here's a one-year-old kid's adorable response to "Hello."

It will surely help mend a broken heart.

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