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An acoustic rendition and emotional performance of [[Teenage Dream]] is performed once again in [[The Break-Up]], the fourth episode of [[Season Four]]. Blaine performs it at the Callbacks (NYADA Karaoke Bar) to Kurt, as he is upset about him and Kurt being so far apart for so long that Blaine cheated on him.
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An acoustic rendition and emotional performance of ''[[Teenage Dream]]'' is performed once again in [[The Break-Up]], the fourth episode of [[Season Four]]. Blaine performs it at the Callbacks (NYADA Karaoke Bar) to Kurt, as he is upset about him and Kurt being so far apart for so long that Blaine cheated on him.
   
 
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*Teenage Dream has been covered twice on Glee.
 
*Teenage Dream has been covered twice on Glee.
**The acoustic version in [[The Break-Up]] marks the second time they have officially released the same song twice but with different arrangements (The first being [[ Don't Stop Believin'|Don't Stop Believin']]).
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**The acoustic version in [[The Break-Up]] marks the second time they have officially released the same song twice but with different arrangements (The first being ''[[Don't Stop Believin'|Don't Stop Believin']]'').
 
**It marks the first time that the same song has been released twice with the same singer singing the same parts.
 
**It marks the first time that the same song has been released twice with the same singer singing the same parts.
 
*The acoustic version heard on the single is different than the one heard in the episode, as it is way more emotional and has Blaine audibly holding back tears.
 
*The acoustic version heard on the single is different than the one heard in the episode, as it is way more emotional and has Blaine audibly holding back tears.

Revision as of 21:06, November 19, 2012

An acoustic rendition and emotional performance of Teenage Dream is performed once again in The Break-Up, the fourth episode of Season Four. Blaine performs it at the Callbacks (NYADA Karaoke Bar) to Kurt, as he is upset about him and Kurt being so far apart for so long that Blaine cheated on him.

Klainebreakup

Lyrics

Blaine:
You think I'm pretty
Without any makeup on
You think I'm funny
When I tell the punchline wrong
I know you get me
So I let my walls come down, down
Before you met me
I was alright but things
Were kinda heavy
You brought me to life
Now every February
You'll be my Valentine, Valentine
Let's go all the way tonight
No regrets, just love
We can dance, until we die
You and I,
will be young forever

You make me feel
Like I'm livin' a
Teenage dream
The way you turn me on
I can't sleep
Let's run away and
Don't ever look back,
Don't ever look back
My heart stops
When you look at me
Just one touch
Now baby I believe
This is real
So take a chance and
Don't ever look back,
Don't ever look back

We drove to Cali
And got drunk on the beach
Got a motel and
Built a fort out of sheets
I finally found you
My missing puzzle piece
I'm complete

Let's go all the way tonight
No regrets, just love
We can dance, until we die
You and I,
will be young forever

Cause you make me feel
Like I'm livin' a
Teenage dream
The way you turn me on
I can't sleep
Let's run away and
Don't ever look back,
Don't ever look back
My heart stops
When you look at me
Just one touch
Now baby I believe
This is real
So take a chance and
Don't ever look back
Don't ever look

I'm a get your heart racing
In my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight
Let you put your hands on me
In my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight
You make me feel
Like a
Teenage dream
The way you turn me on
I can't sleep
Let's run away and
Don't ever look back,
Don't ever look back
My heart stops
When you look at me
Just one touch
Now baby I believe
This is real
So, oh oh
Don't ever look back, no

I'm a get your heart racing
In my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight
Let you put your hands on me
In my skin-tight jeans
Be your teenage dream tonight

Trivia

  • Teenage Dream has been covered twice on Glee.
    • The acoustic version in The Break-Up marks the second time they have officially released the same song twice but with different arrangements (The first being Don't Stop Believin').
    • It marks the first time that the same song has been released twice with the same singer singing the same parts.
  • The acoustic version heard on the single is different than the one heard in the episode, as it is way more emotional and has Blaine audibly holding back tears.
  • Darren Criss played and arranged the acoustic version himself.
  • The acoustic version heard in the episode wasn't pre-recorded for the show, it was performed live for the taping of the episode.

Gallery

Videos

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Teenage Dream

Teenage Dream

Acoustic version

Glee - Teenage Dream with Lyrics

Glee - Teenage Dream with Lyrics

GLEE - Full Performance of "Teenage Dream"

GLEE - Full Performance of "Teenage Dream"


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