PopWrapped EXCLUSIVE! ~ Glee 04x22 Song Spoiler

Zachary Jaydon
Senior Editor

The as-yet untitled Glee Season Four Finale’ Episode, 04x22, is shrouded in mystery, promising many “cliffhangers,” relationship struggles, as well as being completely rewritten to exclude Cory Monteith, whom has voluntarily entered rehab for “substance abuse” and will not be filming for at least the rest of the season. Well, gleeks, as promised, we have an EXCLUSIVE SONG SPOILER, and it just so happens to come from this very episode!

The song is called “Clarity,” and isthe title track from the debut studio album by German electronic dance music producer, Zedd. The album version features “Foxes,” and was released on February 12, 2013. The song gained popularity and publicity following a performance on the David Letterman Show in January.

The lyrics are deep, and could mean so many things. I predict that it will be used as the theme song to Klaine rekindling their relationship, which would make for the happiest fandom, ever. I also especially like this song choice, as it just feels different than what Glee usually covers. Below is the video for the song, as well as the lyrics. What do YOU think? Have the Glee writers gotten it right this time, or do you think it’s a bust? Also, BE SURE to stay-tuned to PopWrapped, as we will be releasing EXCLUSIVE DETAILS from next weeks episode, “Sweet Dreams,” coming TOMORROW!

Until tomorrow, “Sweet Dreams” to all of our readers who stayed up tonight waiting on this post!


(Verse 1)

I dive into frozen waves where the past comes back to life
Fight fear for the selfish pain, it was worth it every time
Hold still right before we crash ‘cause we both know how this ends
A clock ticks 'til it breaks your glass and I drown in you again

'Cause you are the piece of me I wish I didn’t need
Chasing relentlessly, still fight and I don’t know why
If our love is tragedy, why are you my remedy?
If our love’s insanity, why are you my clarity?

If our love is tragedy, why are you my remedy?
If our love’s insanity, why are you my clarity?

(Verse 2)
Walk on through a red parade and refuse to make amends
It cuts deep through our ground and makes us forget all common sense
Don’t speak as I try to leave 'cause we both know what we’ll choose
If you pull then I’ll push too deep and I’ll fall right back to you


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After a year filled with cheating, pining, missing and slight rekindling, Blaine has decided to bring “Klaine” back together by proposing to his longtime love Kurt, TVLine has confirmed.

As first reported by E! Online, the major romantic gesture will go down in the May 9 season ender, which finds Darren Criss‘ alter ego encountering — and deeply bonding with — a happily committed lesbian couple (played by The Patty Duke Show‘s Patty Duke and Family Ties‘ Meredith Baxter) at the jewelry store.

Duke and Baxter, meanwhile, are already slated to return as recurring players in Glee‘s yet-to-be-greenlit fifth season.

—  TV Line

04x22 “Lucifer Rising
11x02 “Form and Void”
Fall and I’ll Catch You

Excuse me while I drown in a puddle of the Dean Winchester and Castiel feels here and overread things, but I am just really really emotional about how 4x22 “Lucifer Rising” marked the moment that Cas for the very first time and with more certainty and conviction than ever before chose the Winchesters, chose Dean over Heaven. And it gets introduced with Dean tipping over the angel statue, causing it “to fall”. Just like Dean inspired Cas’ fall. And now 7 seasons later we have the episode 11x02 “Form and Void” in which Cas is tortured for siding with and choosing the Winchesters over Heaven. Every. Single. Time. He is given the choice. And he does it again just moments later rather choosing to endure terrible agony than giving up Sam and Dean. And miles away, there is one Dean Winchester, desperately trying to reach Cas on the phone, desperate to “save Cas”, but there are complications and things getting in the way. And so he ends up in an house filled with angels any- and everywhere, angels Jenna sends crashing, shattering to the ground. But there’s one that’s saved, one whose fall Dean catches, saves. The one who later ends up in the bunker, with the Winchesters - his true family - begging them “to help him” or should I say “catch his fall”. If the angel statue Dean catches is anything to go by, Cas is in the most literal sense of the term in good hands…