So it’s that time of the year for college students!
It’s time for finals.
If you’re like me then you are probably cursing out all of your professor. You’re spending it hunched over a textbook that you spent over a hundred dollars on but barely opened it during the semester. You stare at your oblivious professors who seem to think their test is the only one you will be taking and give you a term paper due the day of your final. You’re contemplating dropping out and living a life on the road and dear God when was the last time I saw the light of day?
Or you’re just procrastinating on the interwebs (like myself right now so I don’t blame you guys) and you would prefer to finals just blow over and you get at least pass them all.
And if you are also like me, music is your best friend during this turbulent time.
So as most fans of glee tend to do, you hear a song that comes up on your iPod and are like “They should totally cover this song!” and then when they do several months later, you think that perhaps the producers of glee have all of their fans rooms bugged in order to figure out future ideas for the show.
Or that just could be my theory. It’s more likely that the creators of glee may troll the internet. So in case of that somewhat likely event, many people have done a list like mine.
A list of songs they would want glee to cover.
However, I noticed that the lists are usually for the whole cast: male, female, and group numbers all meshed up together.
Also this is in no real particular order so yeah don’t take the ordering seriously.
I, however, have to naturally complicate this.
So I will be doing a series lists for the following:
1) ND girls (former and current minus Rachel)
2) ND boys (former and current minus Kurt)
3) ND group, adults (all inclusive)
4) show choir competition (Vocal Adrenaline, Warblers, etc)
5) New York (Kurt, Rachel, Brody, Cassie July, Isabelle Wright).
And since ladies do go first then let us look at the twenty-five songs that I want the ladies of New Directions to do (Unique is included in this because she identifies herself as female).