photo 2 options
  • Logo

    Photo Uploaded
  • Footer Logo

    Photo Uploaded
color 6 options


Your settings have been saved.

Television / Music / Celebrities PopWrapped | Television

Gleekuary, March To The 100th Episode: Our Pop 5 Picks For Best Original Songs

PopWrapped | PopWrapped Author


02/10/2014 2:27 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Gleekuary, March To The 100th Episode: Our Pop 5 Picks For Best Original Songs
Media Courtesy of Wikipedia

Kay Ziegler

Staff Writer

Glee is known for covering popular songs. However, sometimes the writers get bored and decide they need to try their hand at composing original pieces. In total, there have been 20 original scores written by Adam Anders, Glee's music producer. These songs range from cutesy to emotional and everything in between. Here are the top 5 memorable songs, in no particular order. 1. "Fondue for Two" - Oh, Brittany, aren't you just the cutest thing? You have a vlog and have even created a catchy theme song to go with it. Way to go!
2. "Hell to the No" - While the use of profanity in this song is questionable, especially considering where it was performed, this is still a good song. It's a piece that creates a sense of rebellion and empowerment, all the while showing off Mercedes' abilities to sing R&B as well as belt out a power ballad.
3. "Only Child" - Sometimes it seems Rachel can do everything. She was a star student, she got into a top performing arts college, and she's preparing to star as Fanny in 'Funny Girl'. But this does not mean she's good at everything. While the girl can perform, she cannot write a song. Here's a tip: if you write about fertilizing human eggs and omelets within the same piece, it might be time to find a new career.
4. "As Long As You're There" -  Vocal Adrenaline got swept into the original song fad. This powerful ballad, sung by guest star, Charice, is moving and powerful in both tone and lyrics. Between the lyrics and the vocal ranges of its singers, this song definitely has a Celine Dion vibe.
5. "All or Nothing" - This is another beautiful ballad that empowers women. It shows the importance of having strength to break free and become the person you are meant to be. It was a risk to play this song at Regionals--New Directions got last place when they sang it--but it really paid off.
So, what do you think? What are your favorite original songs on the show? Sing your praises below! Keep up with PopWrapped on the web! <iframe width="420" height="315" src="//" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>


Are you sure you want to delete this?