‘Glee’ season 4 preview: Take a listen to Cory Monteith sing ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’

Lately there has been a lot of focus on the relationships (or broken hearts) from our favorite Glee club members (and alumni), especially after last week’s episode of “Glee” season 4 where Kurt called Blaine and said that he missed him and still loved him, then asked him to come to New York to see him, in which Blaine happily accepted through a stream of tears.

One of the main focuses of the show has always been on the characters and what is going on in their lives, but with so much drama happening with everyone’s personal life lately, fans have almost forgotten about the singing and hearing some of their favorite songs redone by the “Glee” cast. On Thursday’s upcoming episode called “Swan Song” there will be plenty of drama as Sam and Brittany share a kiss (and Brittana shippers subsequently kick their TV set over), but there will also be lots of great new music like the Crowded House classic “Don’t Dream It’s Over.”

On the “Swan Song” episode, we will also see Finn contemplating his future now that Sectionals are over and Rachel will be working hard to get ready for the NYADA winter showcase. As for Kurt well he is going to get very lucky and will have a second shot at an audition that he really wants.

Be sure to tune in on Thursday, December 6 at 9 p.m. on Fox for an all new episode of “Glee” season 4, but if you can’t wait that long feel free to check out the video below of the Glee rendition of the Crowded House hit “Don’t Dream It’s Over”. Looking for more stories about “Glee”? Check out what Lea Michele had to say about a phone call that Rachel and Finn will share on an upcoming episode.

Photo: Fox (Source: Broadway World)

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