What can you do when your good isn't good/And all that you touch tumbles down/'Cause my best intentions/Keep making a mess of things/Just wanna fix it somehow/But how many times will it take/Oh, how many times will it take... for me to get it right?
It's no "My Headband," but these are lyrics from "Get It Right," one of the original songs Glee will debut at Regionals.
It will be sung by Rachel, and music producer Adam Anders explained to TV Guide from where the inspiration for the song came:
"I've watched Rachel struggle. She's always trying to do the right thing, or thinks she's trying to do the right thing... and it always gets messed up. 'Get It Right' is her asking when things are going to work out. It's really emotional."
The second original song set to debut on an upcoming episode is titled "Loser Like Me."
Anders describes is as an "anthem" for New Directions: "It's celebrating everyone's differences and saying, 'Look you can say whatever you want about me, but at the end of the day, you're going to want to be a loser like me,'" he continues. "It makes being a loser a cool thing. It flips it on its head.... I kind of saw everyone putting their Ls in the air."
Listen to it now and sound off in our Glee forum: What do you think?