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We've Got Tonite
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Album: Glee: The Music, The Complete Season Four
Released: February 11, 2013
By: Bob Seger (Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton version)
Sung by: Alumni, Artie Abrams, Betty Pillsbury, Blaine Anderson, Marley Rose, and Jake Puckerman
Solos: Artie, Betty, Blaine, Finn, Jake, Kurt, Marley, Quinn, Rachel, and Santana
Place: Wedding Reception, Hotel Hallways and Hotel Room
Episode: I Do

We've Got Tonite by Bob Seger is featured in I Do, the fourteenth episode of Season Four. It is sung by Artie, Betty, Blaine, Finn, Jake, Kurt, Marley, Quinn, Rachel, and Santana.

Before the song, Finn and Rachel have a conversation in which Finn tells Rachel that he knows she cannot commit with Brody properly because she still loves him. They seem as if they are about to kiss but Rachel tells him they have to sing their duet. The song starts when Rachel takes the last flower petal. Jake, Marley, Kurt, and Blaine can be seen slow dancing with each other while Finn and Rachel take to the stage as they sing. Sue is seen watching everyone slow dance sadly when a man asks her to dance. Quinn, Santana, Brittany, Sam, Betty, and Artie can also be seen enjoying themselves and dancing. Quinn comments that she had never slow-danced with a girl before but that she likes it, leaving Santana with a smile. Rachel and Finn hold hands as they sing and the scene cuts to show them holding hands walking into their hotel room together. Blaine and Kurt sing as Kurt drags Blaine by the tie into their room, Marley and Jake sing as they walk in to their room together, happily. Quinn and Santana laugh and enjoy themselves as they sing, running to their room, and Betty and Artie go together, seeming to have created a new friendship. In the hotel room, Finn and Rachel take off their clothes, eagerly. 

Lyrics

Finn:
I know it's late
I know you're weary
I know your plans don't include me

Rachel:
Still here we are
Both of us lonely
Longing for shelter from all that we see

Finn:
Why should we worry?
No one will care, girl

Rachel:
Look at the stars now, so far away
We've got tonight
Who needs tomorrow?
We've got tonight, babe
Why don't you stay?

Deep in my soul
I've been so lonely
All of my hopes so fading away
And I've longed for love

Like everyone else does
I know I'll keep searching after today

Finn:
So there it is, girl
We've got it all now

Rachel:
And here we are, babe
What do you say?

Finn and Rachel:
We've got tonight
Who needs tomorrow?
We've got tonight, babe
Why don't we stay?

Kurt:
I know it's late and I know you're weary

Blaine:
I know your plans don't include me

Marley:
Still here we are

Jake and Marley:
Both of us lonely
Both of us lonely

Quinn:
We've got tonight

Santana:
Who needs tomorrow?

Artie:
Let's make it last

Betty:
Let's find a way

Finn:
Turn out the light

Rachel:
Oh, come take my hand now

Finn and Rachel:
We've got tonight, babe
Why don't we stay?
We've got tonight, babe
Why don't we stay?

Trivia

  • During the song, Blaine and Kurt can be seen walking into room 206 at the hotel. The room number could possibly be a reflection of the episode Never Been Kissed from Season Two, when Blaine and Kurt first met.
  • Dani Shay, a contestant from the second season of The Glee Project and girlfriend of Ali Stroker, briefly appears dancing during the performance. This is the third time that a contestant who did not win The Glee Project has appeared on the show in a cameo role. The first was Shanna Henderson during Juke Box Hero in The Role You Were Born to Play, and the second was Ellis Wylie who appeared in Swan Song during the Winter Showcase.
  • All of the lyrics were featured in the episode, however, some instrumental parts were cut.
  • This is the only time Betty Pillsbury sings on the show.
  • This is Quinn's last song in Season Four.

Errors

  • During this song, the room that Finn and Rachel are in changes. When they first enter the room number is '208' however the final shot of the door closing shows the room to be number '214' and the handle has switched sides.
  • When Quinn and Santana laugh and sing as they run down the hall, the lip-syncing becomes obvious because Santana's laughs can still be heard while she is singing. 

Gallery

Videos

Bob Seger-We've Got Tonight04:42

Bob Seger-We've Got Tonight

Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton We've Got Tonight04:20

Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton We've Got Tonight

GLEE - We've Got Tonight (Full Performance) (Official Music Video) HD04:18

GLEE - We've Got Tonight (Full Performance) (Official Music Video) HD

We've Got Tonite Glee HD FULL STUDIO03:47

We've Got Tonite Glee HD FULL STUDIO

Glee - We've Got Tonite - Acapella Version03:30

Glee - We've Got Tonite - Acapella Version

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