by Leanne Aguilera | Thu., Sep. 19, 2013 12:08 PM
It's almost here!
In just seven short days, Glee fans everywhere will be reunited with our musically inclined cast to celebrate the iconic catalogue of The Beatles in a special two-part episode event. To help get you as excited as we are (we're currently twirling around the office!) we've got your first listen at some of the episode's best songs.
We've picked our top five favorite Beatle renditions that are guaranteed to make you feel that one-of-a-kind spark that Glee instilled in all of us over four years ago. From Rachel Berry's (Lea Michele) once again flawless voice to Demi Lovato's grand Glee debut and a heart-warming Klaine duet, give your ears a treat and embrace the Beatlemania.
Once again, Rachel Berry proves that that she is an angel, because there is no other explanation for having such a heavenly voice. Our shining star belts out a strings-accompanied version of "Yesterday" that it so beautiful we dare you not to fall in love with her talent.
2. "Got to Get You Into My Life"
Complete with an entire marching band, Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) sing an adorable version of "Got to Get You into My Life," and we nearly passed out just imagining their sure-to-be electric chemistry when the episode airs. Fun-Fact: Klaine fans can expect a swoon-worthy smooch from our favorite former Warblers at some point near this song.
3. "Let It Be"
Our NYC residents, Rachel, Santana (Naya Rivera) and Kurt have teamed up with the New Directions on "Let it Be." Although this song is wonderful, it makes us nostalgic for the earlier seasons of Glee when our original gang would end the episode singing together in the auditorium. Sigh…
4. "Here Comes the Sun"
Santana and future love Dani, played by Lovato, team up for a soothing and smile-inducing rendition of "Here Comes the Sun." We don't know much about this future couple, but if they keep giving us gorgeous songs like this, then we will gladly ship them. No questions asked.
5. "All You Need Is Love"
Blaine takes the lead on this iconic Beatles hit, and he is joined by an array of friend and old faces including the Dalton Academy Warblers, Vocal Adrenaline and Haverbrook School of the Deaf. We don't want to give away the heartwarming reason for this song, but let's just say that Klaine fans do not want to miss it. And yes, there will be tears.
Don't miss the season premiere of Glee Thursday, Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. on FOX!