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Lea Michele Sings The Beatles: 'Let It Be' & 'Hard Day's Night'!

Lea Michele Sings The Beatles: 'Let It Be' & 'Hard Day's Night'!

You have already heard Lea Michele sing “Yesterday” for the upcoming Glee episodes featuring the songs of The Beatles and now we have more songs for your listening pleasure!

The 27-year-old actress is also featured on two other tracks from the episodes: “Let It Be” alongside the full cast and “A Hard Day’s Night” alongside Naya Rivera.

LISTEN: Every song from Glee‘s first two season five episodes!

Glee will be returning for its fifth season on Thursday, September 26 at 9/8c on Fox. There will be three episodes aired before the show takes a hiatus following the Cory Monteith memorial episode.

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Lea Michele’s new tracks from Glee?

“Let it Be”

“A Hard Day’s Night”
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  • Kate

    Amazing. Both songs. Love Beatles. Just last year I had the privillege to attend the special film festival screening of “Help!” with Sir Richard Lester, the director of the movie, in present. It was after a long time I have seen cinema full til the last place and people were laughing, rocking in their chairs and singing along the songs. Incredible cinematic experience. This episode is going to be great, but it still makes me sad, because I am already missing Cory´s voice in the essemly songs. R.I.P. Cory.

  • Great

    I loved the covers, sounds good but I was hoping they would cover strawberry fields

  • Sam

    Terrible! absolutely terrible!

  • putrid

    deface the music

  • solecito

    There should be a law that forbids any Beatle’s song cover, remake, etc. The originals are masterpieces that should be left untouched.

  • Jason8

    Get over it people cover more songs from everybody that should be the law. Don’t you clods know this is the best way to get this music to new audiences . This will always lead to the original artist being discovered by new people who don’t really realize the impact of the original

  • Jason8

    Paul , Ringo and the Lennon ,Harrison estates gets paid disagree with you 100 percent.

  • Cillian

    or silly little teens obsessed with Glee who will only listen to these versions. If you want to know more about The Beatles, Glee is not the way to go about it!

  • Michael

    Love, Love, Love Lea Michele. She could sing the phone book in Chinese and it would be adorable and sung with broadway stage power. She knows how to sell a song. And…she’s adorable. I love the dental work she’s had done on her upper bridge. I’d like to send her dentist some candy. She is as adorable as she is talented….

  • Margee

    Lea and the Glee cast did a great job.

  • Erin

    While I agree that these songs are not as good as the originals and I do somewhat agree that opening kids up to the fantastic message The Beatles have and their glorious music is a great idea but with that being said, Glee does not just cater to t’weens or teens. There are young adults and adults who watch the show because it’s so much more than just a musical show and would appreciate the music they or their parents grew up with. To say Glee is not a great place to learn about the Beatles is kind of harsh because Glee is pushing boundaries and tackling important civil rights and humanity issues like the Beatles did. The original songs suck from the TV show but their covers are usually true and well done. (Usually)

  • Dom The Mover

    I know Lennon is turning over in his grave!

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