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Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode: Listen to Full Songs!

Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode: Listen to Full Songs!

Check out your first listen of some more songs from this week’s Glee farewell episode to the late Cory Monteith.

For those of you that don’t know, “The Quarterback” will deal with the death of the dearly departed Cory‘s beloved character, Finn Hudson.

In case you missed them, you can also listen to Lea Michele‘s performance of “Make You Feel My Love,” Naya Rivera‘s powerful cover of “If I Die Young,” as well as the cast singing the famous Rent song “Seasons of Love.”

Below, take a listen to Amber Riley belting out an emotional version of “I’ll Stand By You,” a song that Cory has previously sung on the show.

Amber Riley – “I’ll Stand By You”

Click inside to listen to the rest of this week’s new Glee songs…

Kevin McHale & Chord Overstreet – “Fire and Rain”

Mark Salling – “No Surrender”

Glee Cast – “Seasons of Love”

Naya Rivera – “If I Die Young”

Lea Michele – “Make You Feel My Love”

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14 Responses to “Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode: Listen to Full Songs!”

  1. 1
    missygene Says:

    great version!

  2. 2
    EndOfTime Says:

    “I’ll stand by you” is amazing !

  3. 3
    who Says:

    Can we please stop tributing a drug addict!!! This is pathetic. The guy didn’t do anything fantastic in his life except waste it on drugs. Blew his money and cared only about himself. That’s why he’s dead. Glee needs to stop trying to wench every ounce of $$ and famewhoring on this guy.

  4. 4
    kindness Says:

    @who:

    It’s unfortunate that you can’t empathize with Cory Monteith’s loved ones. I’m sure you wouldn’t want people to speak poorly of someone you’ve lost. Regardless of how he died (and drug addiction doesn’t mean a person is pathetic or self-centered), he did a lot to change his life after a troubled childhood.

    You don’t have to be a fan of Cory Monteith, but if you opine that he never did anything with his life, you should do your research first:

    http://cory-monteith.com/corys-charities-and-organizations/

  5. 5
    Johnson Says:

    I agree. He was a drug addict. I agree with who on this. Why are they glamourizing and paying tribute to a heroin addict and alcoholic??

  6. 6
    living in the box Says:

    what the hell wrong with american nowdays, remember there is a highschool girl been sexual assault by 2 football player. when those 2 boys been put into sentenced people actually felt sympathy,those guys are rapist. and now people feel sympathy toward drug addicts.

  7. 7
    what really matters Says:

    His drug problems do not change the fact that he is loved and deeply missed by many, many people.

    And it seems that everyone he’d ever met knew him to be an exceptionally kind person.

    If only the people who enjoy posting condemning or hateful comments about the premature death of a well-loved person could have a tiny bit of that “drug addict”‘s humanity…

  8. 8
    55vineyard Says:

    @living in the box: Please provide a link to the story. Thanks,.

  9. 9
    Domino Says:

    #3, #5 and #6… well said!

  10. 10
    Joaquin Romero Says:

    @Johnson: We’re celebrating a person addicted to drugs, but to a loved one who like all had flaws and took him to an early death. No share or favor the use of drugs, but that does not make me blind or deaf for a great talent. This chapter is a catharsis to overcome the grief of the people that we love Cory.

  11. 11
    kat Says:

    @Johnson: His one vice does not define him as a person. He was more than just a “drug addict” to his family, friends, and fans. He is a human being that is worth being missed, mourned, and appreciated. The episode does not glamorize drugs in any way, it does however touch on the awareness of drug abuse and its more real than ever because not only is the character in the show gone but the actor playing it. It doesn’t get more real than that.

  12. 12
    Ana Says:

    @living in the box: LOL. First you compared Hittle with drug addict and now you’re comparing rapists with drug addicts. You really want to make drug addicts look like the devil incarnade, don’t you? A drug addict must have kicked your ass, I see. You can push it all you want, drug addiction is not considered a crime. It’s considered a desease. Your damaged ****** over addicts only makes you look ignorant and insensitive. Get over it.

  13. 13
    Bisu Says:

    @Johnson: You can’t be human. If someone is drug addicted, it doesn’t mean that someone is a bad person.

  14. 14
    Elizabeth Says:

    @who: I am sorry that you are so full of anger that you can not understand the sadness that goes along with drug addiction and how it feels to lose someone to such a horrible disease, I am a single parent now my daughter’s dad recently died like 6wks ago from and OD just cause they could not find a way to overcome addiction does not mean they did not good do you know if any kids were impacted by him as an actor through song, when a kid looks up to some one no matter what and they are gone maybe in his death he will show others not to take the road he took maybe by his loss someone else will win all life should be celebrated no matter how big or small you think their life might seem to you. Hey you tired of hearing about it you know there is something that you can do and that is watch a different show or turn of the tv I am sure you do not live a perfect life no one is perfect do not judge no one has a right

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