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Music Monday: Finn and Rachel singing “I Run To You” by Lady Antebellum

March 22, 2010

Welcome back to Music Monday, ladies and gents! This week I’ve got another great guest blogger, this time from Chance Anderson, another huge gleek who also roleplays on Twitter with previous guest poster Spencer! Chance’s fantasy song selection is “I Run To You” by Lady Antebellum, and it’s the first duet we’ve had here on Music Monday! Check out the song below, and read on for Chance’s thoughts on why this song fits Finn and Rachel to a tee:

Every time I listen to a song, I ask myself, “Would this fit into a Glee episode?” If the answer is yes, I begin imagining how the scene would be set up, who would be singing it and every miniscule detail about the musical number would be laid out in my head. When I first heard “I Run To You” by Lady Antebellum, Glee hadn’t yet come out, but as the season went on, and I witnessed the budding relationship of Rachel and Finn, this song sort of became their own personal theme song in my head. The song describes a relationship where each partner seeks out the other for help through troubled times. It’s a very good duet and would work well with both Cory and Lea’s vocals. I also like the song for the fact that it’s a little different than what they’re used to doing. So far in the show, they’ve only used one country song, and they could definitely use another one!

Thanks for guest blogging on Music Monday this week, Chance! Do you have a song that you keep imagining being performed on Glee? E-mail me at suzie.gardner@gmail.com and you could do a Music Monday guest post!

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