Ten Songs We Want to Hear on 'Glee' Season 3
'You and I' by Lady Gaga
Rachel and Finn
Rachel and Finn have decided to give their undeniable young romance another shot! After breaking up and attempting to go their separate ways (while clearly still in love with one another), the New Directions' leading lady and man are giving it another go in Season 3 and we can totally hear them serenading each other with the Lady Gaga (a 'Glee' favorite artist) twangy tune 'You and I.' "Something, something about just knowing when it's right ... There's something about baby you and I!"
'Marvin's Room' by Drake (JoJo Cover)
Quinn was devastated by the Finn breakup at the end of Season 2. Adding insult to injury, she was dumped in favor of Finn's less popular ex, Rachel. We can hear the bitter blond singing Drake's jealousy-fueled track about your new boo not being able to do it like you did. Of course, she'll be singing the female version of the lyrics, as covered by JoJo, and the F-bomb laden lyrics will need a bit of censoring.
'Shake It Out' by Florence + the Machine
William Schuester and Emma Pillsbury
The end of Season 2 left us feeling hopeful for the OCD, 30-something-year-old virgin school counselor Ms. Pillsbury. With the help of Mr. Schue, Emma may 'Shake' off her split from her ex-hubby and turn over a new leaf. We'd love to see Will and Emma take on the uplifting and inspiring Florence + the Machine song together, and maybe even rekindle the old flame of their past romance.
'How to Love' by Lil Wayne
Reformed bad boy Puck has given us a glimpse at his sensitive side before. We can see him reaching out to his baby mama Quinn in her time of need; post-prom queen loss, post-Finn break up, post-teen pregnancy. Heartbroken and undoubtedly jaded, Quinn's blues are described in the rock-rap tune by Lil Wayne, as sung and strummed on the acoustic guitar by one of the guys who did her wrong, Puck. "You had a lot of crooks try to steal your heart/ Never really had luck, couldn't ever figure out/ How to love/ How to love."
'Moves Like Jagger' by Maroon 5 Feat. Christina Aguilera
The New Directions' Dance Showcase
We'd love to see a cast ensemble performance that highlights the crazy skilled dance moves of Mike Chang and Brittany. Maroon 5's 'Moves Like Jagger' would make for an awesome dance duet for the pair, inspired by the Rolling Stone frontman's smooth moves. And of course, cue the Mercedes powerhouse solo at Christina Aguilera's verse (duh)!
'Skyscraper' by Demi Lovato
Kurt has been through so much over the past two seasons; from the gay bullying, to the loneliness, to the school transfers and his dad's health scare -- and then finding his first love in Blaine. Kurt is finally on top where he belongs! We think fellow survivor diva Demi Lovato's 'Skyscraper' is the perfect vulnerable-yet-strong power ballad solo for Kurt to sing during his time to shine!
'I Get So Lonely' by Janet Jackson
Blaine and the Dalton Academy Warblers
While Blaine loves the Warblers, he also loves his boyfriend Kurt, who has since the start of their romance, left Dalton Academy to return to McKinley High and his New Directions buddies. We're guessing in Season 3, Blaine might start to feel some separation anxiety and long for more time with Kurt, who's off planning his post-graduation takeover of New York City with Rachel, as previewed at the end of Season 2. In his state of loneliness, Blaine and the Warblers sing the sultry bedroom blues throwback by Ms. Jackson.
'Super Bass' by Nicki Minaj
The New Directions
We think Ms. Minaj's flirty rap would be an insanely fun cast ensemble for all the New Directions to let loose and show their silly sides with. Everyone from Taylor Swift to Selena Gomez have performed unlikely covers of the sing-songy 'Super Bass' in-concert, and we'd love to see the cast surprise us by trying their hand at hip-hop!
'Only Girl (In the World)' by Rihanna
Rihanna's 'Only Girl (In the World)' is what we picture the sexy and sassy Santana's version of a serenade to be! The subject of said serenade is Brittany, of course, and the dramatic performance for her lady love (atop the cafeteria tables?) is perhaps the closeted lesbian's public coming out as well. Go big or go home, Santana!
'Rumor Has It' by Adele
The New Directions
Riding off the super success of the 'Glee' rendition of Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep,' the haunting, chant-driven 'Rumor Has It' is the perfect cast collaboration, telling tales of jealousy, conspiracy and of course, rumors -- something McKinley High is never short of! We're sure Season 3 will be as drama-filled as ever!