Superstition by Stevie Wonder is featured in Wonder-ful, the twenty-first episode of Season Four. It is sung by Kurt, Mercedes, Mike, and the New Directions, with solos from Blaine, Marley, and Mercedes.
In the auditorium, the Glee Club begins their rehearsal for Regionals with this Stevie Wonder song. Mercedes tests Marley's breath control and lectures the Glee Club about their loss at Sectionals due to fear. Mercedes asks the band to begin playing the instruments and asks everyone to shake out the fear and their nerves. She dedicates the song to Kurt due to what he is going through recently with his father and asks Marley to hit it all with the high notes. Jake displays his talented dance moves throughout the song, which Mercedes and Mike take to note after the performance. The New Directions assist Mercedes, Marley, and Blaine with back-up singing and dancing. Marley belts out her high notes during the song which impresses everyone else. At the end of the song, the group cheers as Marley and Mercedes hug.
Mercedes: Very superstitious, writings on the wall Very superstitious! Ladders 'bout to fall
Mercedes with New Directions, Mike and Kurt harmonizing: Thirteen month old baby, broke the lookin' glass, yeah Seven years of bad luck, yeah, the good things in your past Oh When you believe in things that you don't understand (Marley: Don't understand!) Then you suffer Superstition ain't the way
Marley: Hey, yeah!
Blaine: Ooo, very superstitious, wash your face and hand Rid me of the problems, do all that you can
Blaine with New Directions, Mike and Kurt harmonizing (with Mercedes): Keep me in a daydream Keep me goin' strong You don't wanna save me, sad is my song When you believe in things (Mercedes: that you) (don't understand) Then you suffer (Mercedes: Then you suffer) Superstition ain't the way, yeah, yeah, hey, hey
Mercedes: Hey, yea!
Marley: Oh Yeah...
Very superstitious, nothin' more to say Very superstitious! The devil's on his way
Marley with New Directions, Mike and Kurt harmonizing: Thirteen month old baby! Mmm, Broke the lookin' glass Seven years of bad luck, good things in your past Oh, whoa!
When you believe in things you don't understand Then you suffer Superstition ain't the way!
Mercedes with New Directions, Mike and Kurt harmonizing: No, no, no, no, no! When you believe in things that you don't understand Then you suffer!
Mercedes, Marley and Blaine: Superstition ain't the way!
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Superstition by Stevie Wonder is featured in Wonder-ful, the twenty-first episode of Season...