Glee Season 6 Songs Episode 10 – Listen to ALL THE SONGS from “The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester”
Except, Sue is having NONE OF THAT. As she tries to keep the merger from happening, there’s trouble brewing for her on other fronts. Dark secrets surface that threaten to take Sue down, once and for all. Meanwhile, Rachel returns to New York, hoping to get herself re-admitted to NYADA.
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This week’s all star guest cast includes Michael Bolton (Himself), Geraldo Rivera (Himself) and Carnie Wilson (Herself). Carol Burnett is back as Sue’s Nazi-hunting mom and sings a delightful rendition of “The Trolley Song” from Meet me In St. Louis with Jane.
The BIG surprise, however, in this week’s song list, is the FIRST EVER ORIGINAL SONG penned by a cast member! Darren Criss and a few of his friends, co-write “Rise,” which will be sung by New Directions (and maybe some others!) in the last act. Another Darren composition, “This Time,” will be featured in the finale and serve as Rachel’s last solo.
Will and Sue face off in “The Final Countdown.” And I guess we shouldn’t count out Vocal Adrenaline, as they sing “Far From Over.” Check out the the songs below.
Glee Season 6 Songs Episode 10 – Listen to ALL the Music from Episode 10
Rather Be by Clean Bandit sung by New Directions solos Kitty and Jane
The Trolley Song by Judy Garland sung by Sue and Mom (Carol Burnett)
Far From Over by Frank Stallone sung by Max George and Vocal Adrenaline
The Final Countdown by Europe sung by Sue and Will
Rise by (Composed by Darren Criss!)