Glee Valentine's Day Music: Listen Now!

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Love will soon be in the air at William McKinley High School.

As the official episode description for the February 8 installment of Glee teases, a kissing booth will be set up by students during this Valentine's Day-themed episode. But things won't go as planned, and "hearts end up getting broken."

Uh-oh. We wonder for whom that will spell bad news. At least we can enjoy the following snippets of songs to be covered during the upcoming hour as we do...

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Meh, for the most part. Pretty freakin' stoked about Silly Love Songs, though. You can't go wrong with McCartney.


Phew, it was just near the end the backing singers vocals volume was turned up a little too much (drowning out Lea somewhat!). The rest sounds right.


Now seen the trailer it looks like Lea IS singing 'Firework' alone, what have they done to her voice? It doesn't sound like her at all (better not be autotune, she doesn't need it and I hate that thing anyway!) except a little bit in the background (like she's doing backing vocals)?!


Okay not only is the SL's sucking but the songs are starting too as well especially since we've got that justin beiber tribute to come.


Truly this will be a bad week for songs, hopefully it'll make up for it with plenty of plot and character development. Seriously didn't like a single song there, and Firework sounds like someone else was singing with Lea (and drowning her out, twerps >:( ) which seems a tad unneccessary. So many great love songs and they picked these? No taste at all...

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Glee Quotes

[to Finn] You know, I don't really know what's going to happen between us, but I know that you used to be the guy that would make me feel like the most special girl in the whole world, and it doesn't feel that way anymore. Now it just feels sad and confusing. And the worst part is that it doesn't even feel that bad anymore.


I'm engorged with venom, and triumph.