Listen to 7 Songs From Tonight's 'Grilled Cheesus' Episode of 'Glee'

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After last week's blowout Britney Spears episode, things take a bit of a serious turn on Glee tonight. The show explores themes of faith and religion, and the set list for 'Grilled Cheesus' definitely reflects that.

Like we told you in our Holy Gleeks post last week, Finn, who is an atheist, sees the face of Jesus on a grilled cheese sandwich, which sets off the entire episode. Kurt, who you may have previewed standing by his father's side at the hospital, is having his own issues, so Mercedes decides to take him to her church.
Aside from Puck's rendition of 'Only the Good Die Young,' the songs from tonight's episode are proof that there will be plenty of tear-jerker moments this evening. Finn questions things by singing R.E.M.'s 'Losing My Religion,' Mercedes turns Simon & Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' into gospel and performs a moving version of Whitney Houston's 'I Look to You.'

But things get super weepy when Kurt takes The Beatles' famous song 'I Want to Hold Your Hand' into a ballad. We haven't even seen the show yet and we're already feeling a giant lump in our throats.

The episode also features Rachel covering 'Papa Can You Hear Me?' from the movie Yentl, and the ensemble performing a beautiful version of Joan Osborne's 'One of Us.' Creator Ryan Murphy says the show will be one of Glee's most controversial episodes yet, and we can't wait. Listen to all seven songs from tonight's show below and download all of them on iTunes now.

'Only the Good Die Young'

glee grilled cheesus songs
'I Look to You'

'Papa Can You Hear Me'

'I Want To Hold Your Hand'

'Losing My Religion'

'Bridge Over Troubled Water'

'One Of Us'



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