'Glee' Music: Listen to Songs From 'Special Education'

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In the 'Special Education' episode of Glee, the New Directions crew is back where it started -- Sectionals -- and you can listen to all the music from tonight's show now, before it airs. Get your scoring pads out!

The Warblers, led by Blaine, will be singing Train's smash single 'Hey, Soul Sister,' and in the promo for tonight's episode, we see Kurt supporting his new friend and fellow Dalton Academy classmate as one of their glee club members. Drama!

Kurt will have his moment, though, when he sings 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina,' a song that Rachel also does a version of. Looks like there are dueling 'Evita' covers in store.

Quinn and Sam get to duet again with the song '(I've Had) the Time of My Life' from the 1987 film 'Dirty Dancing,' and Santana gets her time in the spotlight when she sings 'Valerie' by The Zutons. We're also really excited about the New Directions cover of Florence and the Machine's 'Dog Days Are Over.' That's definitely going to be a big hit.

Of course, there's a twist at the singing competition -- a senior citizen group called The Hipsters will be jumping in the mix with their version of Mike and the Mechanics' 'The Living Years'! We can't wait to see this go down.

Listen to all six songs from tonight's 'Special Education' episode below. Want to own all of the tracks? Download them on iTunes now. What do you think? Can New Directions take Sectionals this year?

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'Dog Days Are Over'

'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' (Kurt Solo)

'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' (Rachel Solo)

'Hey, Soul Sister'

'The Living Years'


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