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After so much singing at Sectionals, can “Glee” keep quiet in the follow-up episode, “Swan Song”? Nope. FOX has released the audio for five of the episodes songs — that should make for plenty of music.

Surprisingly, very little of this music hints at the big cliffhanger from last week’s “Thanksgiving.” If you recall, Marley (Melissa Benoist) passed out right at the end of “Gangnam Style,” presumably from starvation and/or pills. The show really does have to address something like that. After all, we don’t even know if the girl survives!

Of course she does. This is “Glee,” not “The Walking Dead.”

Whatever the case, Marley’s troubles are not going to be addressed directly in song. What will?

First up, we have Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Brittany (Heather Morris) singing the rather appropriate “Somethin’ Stupid.” Looks like love may be blossoming between these two blonds.

After this, we head over to New York City for the next three videos. First up, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Cassandra (Kate Hudson) duel for musical-theater supremacy in “All That Jazz.”

They have to be dancing during that, right?

Based on the tone of the next song, a Rachel solo of “Being Good Isn’t Good Enough,” Cassandra may have won the singing/dance off.

Kurt (Chris Colfer) then joins in the melancholy of NYC with “Being Alive.”

That is a lot of sadness from the big city. Maybe that’s why it’s time to return to Lima and a group performance of “Don’t Dream It’s Over” by the New Directions.

Posted by:Laurel Brown