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'Glee': New Directions Sing 'Dog Days are Over,' 'Don't Cry for Me Argentina'

by Jean Bentley, posted Nov 29th 2010 5:30PM
'Glee' What's that? You're excited for New Directions to head to sectionals on 'Glee' tomorrow night? Sorry, we couldn't hear you over the constant loop of 'Don't Cry for Me Argentina' and 'Dog Days are Over' we've been playing all day.

Last week we heard Santana tackle 'Valerie,' Sam and Quinn duet on '(I've Had) The Time of My Life,' and Blaine lead the Warblers in an a cappella version of Train's 'Hey Soul Sister.' Today, the rest of the songs from the already jam-packed episode have leaked, including 'Dog Days,' separate Kurt and Rachel versions of 'Don't Cry for Me Argentina' and the Hipsters' cover of 'The Living Years.'

That tantalizing snippet of 'Dog Days' that played during the 'Special Education' episode promo just wasn't enough to tide us over until tomorrow night -- but the full version of the New Directions covering the Florence and the Machine tune certainly is. We're pretty sure that's Tina and Mercedes sharing the lead, so it gets even more points for featuring the largely unheralded Ms. Cohen-Chang.

It's hard to decide which version of 'Don't Cry' we like better -- okay, fine, it's the Rachel one, but only because no one can belt like Lea Michele -- so we've just decided to play one after another every time we listen. The Hipsters tune is typical 'Glee,' if a bit long for our tastes. Listen below, then let us know which newly leaked song you prefer.








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christie

I can't be the only one who preferred Kurt's version, can I?

December 02 2010 at 8:26 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Vince

wonderful! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to see the show now.

November 29 2010 at 10:24 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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