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Arthur's Theme
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Album: Glee: The Music, What The World Needs Now Is Love
Released: February 2, 2015
By: Christopher Cross
Sung by: Alumni Men and New Directions Boys
Solos: Artie, Blaine, Mason, Roderick and Spencer
Place: The April Rhodes Civic Pavilion
Episode: What the World Needs Now
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Arthur's Theme by Christopher Cross is featured in What the World Needs Now, the sixth episode of Season Six. It is sung by the Alumni men and New Directions Boys, with solos from Artie, Blaine, Mason, Roderick, and Spencer.

Mercedes asks assistance from the boys to help her plans of bringing Rachel back to New York and Broadway. Later, Mercedes leads Rachel to the auditorium. At the auditorium, the boys are dressed in fancy tuxedos with a New York City themed background in the back. Rachel begins to have flashbacks when she first arrived in New York for Nationals from New York, her post-graduation life in New York from The New Rachel, her broadway times and life there from New New York and how she arrived in New York after graduation in Goodbye. After the song ends, the boys try to convince her to go to New York, but she still unsure and not ready. Mercedes saying she's not leaving until she's ready.

Lyrics

Blaine:
Once in your life you find her
Someone that turns your heart around
And next thing you know you're closing down the town

Artie:
Wake up and it's still with you
Even though you left her way across town
Wondering to yourself "Hey, what've I found?"

Roderick (with Alumni and New Directions Boys):
(When you get caught between the Moon and New York City)
I know it's crazy but it's true
(If you get caught between the Moon and New York City)
The best that you can do
The best that you can do is fall in love

Mason:
Arthur, he does as he pleases
All of his life, he's mastered choice
And, deep in his heart, he's just, he's just a boy

Spencer:
Living his life one day at a time
He's showing himself a really good time
He's laughing about the way they want him to be

Blaine (with Alumni and New Directions Boys):
(When you get caught between the Moon and New York City)
I know it's crazy but it's true
(If you get caught between the Moon and New York City)
The best that you can do (Spencer with Alumni and New Directions Boys: The best that you can do)
The best that you can do is fall in love

Artie with Alumni and New Directions Boys:
When you get caught between the Moon and New York City

Spencer:
I know it's crazy but it's true

Artie with Alumni and New Directions Boys:
If you get caught between the Moon and New York City

Artie (with Alumni and New Directions Boys):
The best that you can do (Blaine: The best that you can do)
(The best that you can do)

Blaine with Artie:
Is fall in love

Roderick with Alumni and New Directions Boys (Artie):
When you get caught between the Moon and New York City
(Oh, I know it's crazy but it's true)
If you get caught between the Moon and New York City

Artie:
The best that you can do (Spencer: The best that you can do)

Blaine:
The best that you can do

Artie with Blaine:
Is fall in love

Trivia

  • This song was first mentioned by Finn in Britney/Brittany when he says: "How can you get caught between the moon and New York City? They're like 100 miles apart". It should be noted that Cristopher Cross was going to be an artist featured in that episode. It was rumored that Mr. Schue sung this song in that episode, however it was cut or it was never filmed.
  • Clips from New York, The New Rachel, New New York and Goodbye are shown as Rachel watches the performance.
  • This is the last New Directions boys number.

Error

  • Before the first chorus, Sam's hand goes behind his head, then when Roderick sings the chorus, we see Sam in the background with his hand on his shirt, then we see Sam again but with his hand behind his head again.

Gallery

Videos

Christopher Cross - Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)03:55

Christopher Cross - Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)

GLEE Full Performance of "Arthur's Theme" from "What the World Needs Now"02:20

GLEE Full Performance of "Arthur's Theme" from "What the World Needs Now"

Glee - Arthur's Theme03:39

Glee - Arthur's Theme

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