‘Glee’ Is Doing A Two-Part Beatles Tribute For The Season Premiere

Glee will open its fifth season on September 26 with a two-part premiere featuring the music of The Beatles. Glee is doing The Beatles. There’s a trailer and everything. And a tracklist. Wanna see it?

1. Yesterday
2. Drive My Car
3. Got To Get You Into My Life
4. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
5. Help
6. A Hard Day’s Night
7. I Saw Her Standing There
8. All You Need Is Love
9. Get Back
10. Here Comes the Sun
11. Something
12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
13. Hey Jude
14. Let It Be

Oh man. OH MAN. This is going to be madness. I can see it now. First, Beatles fans are going to absolutely SH*T when they see the trailer, because, I mean, Glee is covering The Beatles. Then after the episode airs all of the Glee versions of all the songs are going to rocket to the top of the iTunes charts. THEN, and this is going to be the best part, teenagers all over America are going to strike up conversations with their floppy-haired, music snob, Beatles fan uncles at their families’ Thanksgiving get-togethers, and explain that they think the Glee version of “Here Comes the Sun” is “like, way better” than the Beatles’ version, and then all of the veins in all of the uncles’ heads are going to start throbbing and bulging with such violence that the pressure will eventually cause their whole entire heads to explode all over the green bean casserole. Families will tear each other limb from limb. Society will crumble. Chaos. ANARCHY.

Hold on.

It all makes sense now.

You guys.


(via Pop Culture Brain)