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This song was written by Adam Anders, Johan Schuster, Martin Sanberg, Peer Astrom & Savan Kotecha. It's the first official single from the Glee Cast and will be officially released in March 2,011 on Radio Stations. It's sung mostly by Lea Michele and Cory Monteith, but we can also hear voices from other cast members in the song. Other original song named Get It Right is a solo by Lea Michele and will be performed as well on Regionals competition which will air on March 15, 2,011 on FOX.
For their first foray into original music, the producers of Glee didn't exactly go out on a limb: They hired Swedish songwriting genius Max Martin, the most reliable and prolific hitmaker of the last decade and a half. The results are predictably fizzy: a fiendishly catchy verse with a hopped-up beat and pop-funk chicken-scratch guitars, followed by an even catchier singsong chorus. The lyric, belted out with bright-sided earnestness by Lea Michele and Cory Monteith, distills the show's theme: the mystical power of a good tune and a well-choreographed jazz hands routine to turn geeks into gods. "I could be a superstar," Monteith exults, "I'll see you when you wash my car."