Le Jazz Hot from Victor/Victoria is featured in Duets, the fourth episode of Season Two. It is sung by Kurt.
The theme of the song was to have a "duet" with himself by performing both the male and female parts of the original song. Santana questioned him before he performed the song, how he can do a duet by himself, as it would be "vocal masturbation." Mike, Tina and the Cheerios (without Santana), acted as the background dancers. The song is sung as a result of Kurt terminating his original duet with Sam after Burt and Finn put him under pressure.
Kurt: 'Bout twenty years ago way down in New Orleans A group of fellers found a new kind of music An' they decided to call it... Jazz!
No other sound has what this music has Before they knew it, it was whizzin' 'round the world The world was ready for a blue kind of music An' now they play it from Steamboat Springs to La Paz
Oh baby, won't you play me Le Jazz Hot, maybe And don't ever let it end I tell ya friend, it's really somethin' to hear I can't sit still when there's that rhythm near me
Also, baby, Le Jazz Hot, maybe What's holdin' my soul together! Don't know whether it's mornin' or night; Only know it's soundin' right So come on
In and play me Le Jazz Hot, baby 'Cause I love my Jazz...hot!
Before they knew it, it was whizzin' 'round the world The world was ready for a blue kind of music An' now they play it from Steamboat Springs to La Paz
When you play me Le Jazz Hot, baby You're holdin' my soul together Don't know whether it's mornin' or night; Only know it's soundin' right; So come on in and play me Le Jazz Hot, baby 'Cause I love my Jazz Hot
Le Jazz... Ho-o-o-ot! Le Jazz Hot!
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Le Jazz Hot es una canción presentada en el episodio "Duets". Fue interpretada por Kurt. La...