Page 2 of 3 I've spent the last few weeks listening to the Glee music station on Pandora Radio with the clear mindset that these are the last few weeks of the show, so these are the last few weeks to really enjoy the musical stylings of Rachel, Kurt, Mercedes, Blaine, etc. But if anything, I've found the opposite is true. Sure, Glee and I have had our fair share of disagreements. Most of the new kids were not weird or kooky enough for my taste. Kurt's eventual fall from Glee's most interesting character to it's most dull Puma Rihanna Men
(See: Basically everything from the first half in Season 5, particularly "Wrecking Ball," "Gangnam Style," "Blurred Lines" and "The Fox"). The first time I heard fun. 's breakthrough hit "We Are Young," was on Glee, so something is missing when I can't hear Rachel and Mercedes belt their hearts out. And "I Want to Hold Your Puma Velvet Creepers Purple Hand"? Yes, it's one of the most iconic Beatles hits of all times, but I can still close my eyes and picture Kurt tearily singing in the choir room to his sick dad, hospitalized from a shocking heart attack. This loyalty is also the Puma Creepers Pink Green
stereo, it was strictly oldies from the '50s and '60s: The Beatles, The Supremes, Sam Cooke and more. I'm pretty sure I didn't listen to any so called "current" music until I was 10 and every mall in Jersey had "Kiss From a Rose" on repeat. So, while other Glee fans were excited about a new arrangement of Britney Spears' "Toxic" don't get me wrong, I was too it was really hearing those slightly updated snapshots of my youth that made the music of Glee so important to me. And thank goodness for the song choices that focused on everything in between. Had it not been for Glee, I probably wouldn't have known any of Fleetwood Mac's catalog in time for the concert I took my boyfriend to for his birthday. Now, if I hear Santana and Brittany sing "Landslide" after a long day, I tear up. No ifs ands or buts about it.
reason why there are multiple Nashville albums in my car, why .