Glee Songs: Episode 10 – “Yes/No? – Full Previews

GLEE: The glee club performs in the "Yes/No" winter premiere episode of GLEE airing Tuesday, Jan. 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Pictured L-R: Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron, Lea Michele, Naya Rivera and Chord Overstreet. ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Adam Rose/FOX

Here’s the full song list and streams  from this week’s Glee, “Yes/No”.   The episode, airing on Tuesday, marks the return of Glee from winter hiatus.  The plot revolves around Will, who is ready to pop the question to his soulmate Emma.  Also, Rachel and Finn face a tough decision.

Reporters have seen advance screeners, and by all accounts the episode is both shocking and emotional.  Plan parties, bring tissues is the general advice…

Click this link for FULL Yes/No Spoilers!

Without You by David Guetta and Usher – Rachel sings a very emotional song to Finn. The Anders brothers put their own spin on the arrangement.

Wedding Bell Blues by Laura Nyro (made popular by the 5th Dimension) Emma sings “Marry me Will” with Sue and Beiste as backup singers.

First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack – Santana, Rachel, Mercedes and Tina sing, flashing back to meeting their respective sweethearts

Summer Nights from Grease – Sam and Mercedes recall their summer romance as the entire gang recreate this classic at Venice High school where the movie was filmed. The boys sing and dance in the bleachers. The girls, including Kurt dish in the cafeteria. Kurt and Santana split the Rizzo part! Sugar Motta is Frenchie.

Moves Like Jagger  by Maroon 5 – Artie, Mike, Will and the boys. Artie gives Will some relationship advice in this number. Dancing Will and Mike!

We Found Love by Rihanna – The entire cast. The kids dance and sing a top the water of an indoor swimming pool. Simultaneously spectacular and cheesy, by all accounts.

  • Anonymous

    Lea Michele is just amazing on Without You. One of her best EVER in my opinion, and that’s a crowded list. I’d been waiting to hear this for weeks, and it’s even better than I expected. It’s so moving, and her vocals just soar. Should be a terrific scene. 

  • milwlovesadam

    The First Time Ever I saw Your Face is one of, in my opinion, the most emotional, touching, and beautiful songs in my memory. This version is just lovely, and respects the original. However, Roberta Flack’s vocal stands the test of time.

    What I’m glad about, is that a new generation will hear this song, and maybe look for the original too.