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    People Are Sharing The "Glee" Cover Songs They Think Are Better Than The Original Version And The Tea Is Hottttttt

    *Instantly adds all of these songs to my Spotify playlist*

    We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which Glee cover songs they consider to be better than their originals. Below are some of the hottest takes:

    1. "I Want to Hold Your Hand," originally sung by The Beatles and covered by Kurt Hummel.

    Burt Hummel hosts a tea party with his young son, Kurt, and a close up of a grown up Kurt Hummel wearing a brightly colored jacket

    You can watch the performance here:

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    2. "Don't Stop Believin'," originally sung by Journey and covered by the entire Glee Club.

    The Glee club, wearing jeans and brightly colored t-shirts, stand on the stage in their high school auditorium

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    3. “Paradise by the Dashboard Light," originally sung by Meat Loaf and covered by the entire Glee club.

    The Glee club performs on stage as the girls wear brightly colored dresses and the guys wear dark button up shirts with brightly colored ties

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    4. "Valerie," originally sung by Amy Winehouse and covered by Santana Lopez.

    Santana Lopez wears a sleeveless patterned dress as she leans against a piano and Brittany Pierce wears a brightly colored fuzzy jacket as she smiles

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    5. "Make You Feel My Love," originally sung by Adele and covered by Rachel Berry.

    A close up of Rachel Berry as she stands with her hand over her heart while she cries

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    6. "Dream On," originally sung by Aerosmith, and covered by Bryan Ryan and Will Schuester.

    A close up of Bryan Ryan and Will Schuster as they sing into microphones

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    7. “Teenage Dream," originally sung by Katy Perry and covered by The Warblers.

    Blaine Anderson stands in front of the Warblers boys choir as they all wear matching dark colored blazers

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    8. "Without You," originally sung by Usher and covered by Rachel Berry.

    Rachel Berry wears a brightly colored dress and Finn Hudson wears a plain t-shirt under a flannel shirt

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    9. "River Deep Mountain High," originally sung by Tina Turner, and covered by Mercedes Jones and Santana Lopez.

    Santana Lopez wears her cheerleading uniform and Mercedes Jones wears a brightly colored shirt

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    10. "Come What May," originally sung by Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor in Moulin Rouge!, and covered by Blaine Anderson and Kurt Hummel.

    Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson wear matching dark suits

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    11. "Total Eclipse of the Heart," originally sung by Bonnie Tyler and covered by Rachel Berry.

    A close up of Rachel Berry, Jesse St. James, and Finn Hudson as they sit in the choir room

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    12. "Mine," originally sung by Taylor Swift and covered by Santana Lopez.

    A close up of Santana Lopez as she sings and Brittany Pierce with her head turned to the side

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    13. "Never Can Say Goodbye," originally sung by The Jackson 5 and covered by Quinn Fabray.

    Quinn Fabrary wears a high night sparkly gown

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    14. "Somebody That I Used to Know," originally sung by Gotye, and covered by Blaine and Cooper Anderson.

    A close up of Blaine and Cooper Anderson as they sing at each other

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    15. "Give Your Heart a Break," originally sung by Demi Lovato, and covered by Rachel Berry and Brody Weston.

    Rachel Berry and Brody Weston sing on stage together while Finn Hudson watches from the audience

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    16. "Rolling in the Deep," originally sung by Adele, and covered by Rachel Berry and Jesse St. James.

    Jesse St. James wears a dark scarf and jacket as he sings. And a close up of Rachel Berry as she sings

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    17. "So Emotional," originally sung by Whitney Houston, and covered by Rachel Berry and Santana Lopez.

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    18. "Shake It Out," originally sung by Florence + the Machine, and covered by Santana Lopez, Tina Cohen-Chang, and Mercedes Jones.

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    19. "Super Bass," originally sung by Nicki Minaj and covered by Sue Sylvester.

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    20. "I Lived," originally sung by OneRepublic and covered by the entire Glee Club.

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    21. "Human Nature," originally sung by Michael Jackson, and covered by Mercedes Jones and Sam Evans.

    Sam Evans plays the guitar while Mercedes Jones stands in the audience singing

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    22. "Cough Syrup," originally sung by Young the Giant and covered by Blaine Anderson.

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    23. "Dog Days Are Over," originally sung by Florence + the Machine and covered by the entire Glee club.

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    24. "Poker Face," originally sung by Lady Gaga, and covered by Rachel Berry and Shelby Corcoran.

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    25. "Vogue," originally sung by Madonna and covered by Sue Sylvester.

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    26. "Wide Awake," originally sung by Katy Perry, and covered by Tina Cohen-Chang, Jake Puckerman, Kitty Wilde, and Unique Adams.

    A close up of Kitty Wilde as she sings while sitting next to three of her classmates

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    27. "Bills, Bills, Bills," originally sung by Destiny's Child and covered by The Warblers.

    A close up of Blaine Anderson as he purses his lips

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    28. "Toxic," originally sung by Britney Spears and covered by the Unholy Trinity.

    Quinn Fabrary wears her cheerleader uniform and then a sparkly bra, Santana Lopez wears her cheerleading uniform and a dark bra, and Brittany Pierce wears her cheerleading uniform and a brightly colored bralette

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    29. "Silly Love Songs," originally sung by Paul McCartney and Wings, and covered by The Warblers.

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    30. "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)," originally sung Phil Collins and covered by Blaine Anderson.

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    31. "How Will I Know," originally sung by Whitney Houston, and covered by Rachel Berry, Santana Lopez, Mercedes Jones, and Kurt Hummel.

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    32. And finally, "Somewhere Only We Know," originally sung by Keane and covered by The Warblers.

    A close up of Blaine Anderson as he sings and Kurt Hummel as he cries

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    Did we miss any other Glee covers that you think are better than their original recordings? Let us know in the comments below!