Listen to Songs From the 'Funeral' Episode of 'Glee'

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The 'Funeral' episode of 'Glee' airs tonight, and we have all five songs from the show for you to check out right here.

In the second to last episode of the season, the students of William McKinley suffer a tragic and unexpected loss, but we're not sure who's going to pass away. Meanwhile, the glee club is prepping for Nationals, and Mr. Schue decides to bring in a "consultant": Jesse St. James.
In the promo, we saw Kurt calling the former Vocal Adrenaline singer "Jesse St. Sucks," which may be because he wasn't so kind after Kurt's performance of 'Some People' from 'Gypsy.' Jesse's really good at making enemies lately, isn't he?

The show also features Mercedes performing Otis Redding's 'Try A Little Tenderness,' and Santana singing Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black.' Again, Rachel looks to her idol, Barbra Streisand, for inspiration, singing a cover of 'My Man.'

The glee club also performs 'Pure Imagination,' which you may remember from 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.' Nationals is just one week away, so the group needs to challenge their vocal chords in every way possible.

Listen to the songs from 'Funeral' below, and score the tracks on iTunes now. For more Glee-tastic songs, check out our full CD listening party of 'Glee: The Music, Volume 6.'

'Try A Little Tenderness'

'My Man'

'Pure Imagination'

'Some People'

'Back to Black'



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