Which 'Glee' tune was best?: 'Marry You,' 'Just the Way You Are,' 'Ohio' and 'Sway'

Thanks, "Glee" for one of the most fun weddings ever. Can we hire New Directions, Burt ( Mike O'Malley) and Carole ( Romy Rosemont)?

Seriously, we should all have such exuberant dances down the aisle, and O'Malley and Rosemont made us laugh and get maudlin all at once.

This is probably why we loved "Marry You" from the episode "Furt" the best. FOX better release this video to YouTube soon because we can't wait to see them do it all over again. Until then, here's the Bruno Mars version:



In a close second on the episode is Mars' other song, "Just the Way You Are," which Finn ( Cory Monteith) sings to Kurt ( Chris Colfer). It's actually another gorgeously sweet sentiment with lots of bouncy dancing, so we just couldn't resist. Oddly enough, Finn didn't bother changing the lyrics to fit Kurt's gender. Here's the original:



Next, we get a showtune, "Ohio" from the musical "Wonderful Town." Carol Burnett and J ane Lynch do a fantastic job with it, especially with the banter in the middle. Unfortunately, we only have a clip of them together:



But we also unearthed this 1958 clip of Rosalind Russell and Jacqueline McKeever singing the song. Skip to the 2:40 mark for the song itself:



Finally, there's "Sway." It's a lovely, sexy song, but somehow it feels out of place this episode done by Matthew Morrison. One of our favorite versions is Michael Buble's, and since Burt mentioned it would be Buble or "Stairway to Heaven" for his first dance, we give you Buble:




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