Every Glee song ever
↳Don’t Wanna Lose You
"Wanna try for the ending?"
(The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken)
duanemieliwocki A hail fellow well met if ever there was. #rememberingCory
Retroactively, every moment of the show is stained with sadness and finality — the last time Rachel and Finn kiss, the last time Finn sings (side note: Monteith’s Glee run is bookended by performances of “Don’t Stop Believing”), the last time Finn stands in the choir room, the last time Finn hugs Kurt, the last time Finn seeks guidance from Mr. Shue, the last time Finn stands in a show choir circle with all of his friends, the last time Finn smiles. The death of Cory Monteith affects all of these moments and obliterates the mystery of a happy ending — there can’t be one. Monteith’s death is a booming reminder, loud and clear, that teenagers don’t spontaneously break into well-rehearsed song and dance. Costume changes don’t regularly occur. Not all dreams come true. Happy endings are never a guarantee. As someone raised on Disney movies, that’s a hard thing to digest. Monteith’s passing is a resounding reminder of much darker realities that exist in our plain world. And now, when we escape to Glee, those darker realities have encroached. I’m sure there’s some symbolism in there about growing up, but I can’t find the energy to put my finger on it.
of this story I dont need to be saved
harryshum This is how I remember him. Kind hearted. Incredibly funny. Extremely passionate.