“How many times will you let me change my mind and turn around? I can’t decide if I’ll let you change my mind or if I’ll drown…” Arms, Christina Perri
Quinn had never been able to admit her feelings for Rachel, the feelings that kept her up at night when she wanted to sleeps, the thoughts that plagued her mind all through every practice in the choir room. It was Rachel who had stood by her through it all, who had been consistent in her friendship with Quinn. That friendship was the very thing that held her back. She hadn’t wanted to ruin it with admitting her true feelings, especially as Rachel was engaged to Finn. But now that Quinn’s dead, and Rachel is one of the few alive who can still see her, can Quinn finally admit her love for the girl
“Love me like the world is ending, this is the last day of existence and all I want is you…” Love Me Like the World Was Ending, Ben Lee
Charlie Fabray had always been the quieter, invisible sister that was often hidden away in the background. More often than not, her nose was stuck in a book as she lost herself in an imaginary world. Her shy temperament had kept her from ever approaching anyone, though she harbored a crush on her sister’s former flame, Sam Evans. When Charlie reluctantly follows her sister to Rachel and Finn’s wedding, she is the first to die, taking a blow to the head that immediately kills her. Back on earth as a spirit, she lingers silently for the most part, still trailing behind her sister, when she realizes that Sam has the ability to see her. Can they form a relationship even with her six feet under?
“Life’s too short to even care at all, ooh, coming up now, coming up now out of the blue…” Cough Syrup, Glee Cast
Blaine Anderson is perfectly happy with every bit of his life. His junior year is turning out spectacularly, with a wonderful relationship with his boyfriend, Kurt Hummel, and the recent glee club success at Regionals. He’s even excited about his friend’s wedding, and he stands by eagerly as Rachel and Finn prepare to say their vows. But when Kurt insists that his bowtie doesn’t match the color scheme of the wedding, Blaine reluctantly heads to his house to change. On his way back to the wedding, he ends up crashing fatally into the pile-up of cars caused by Quinn’s accident. With his spirit on the other side, can he and Kurt make their relationship work through the pain of death?
“I’m dreaming ‘bout those dreamy eyes, I never knew, I never knew, but everything will be alright…” Everything Will Be Alright, The Killers
Brittany may have been the ditzy blonde that no one expects much from, but now she’s the senior class president and a soloist from The Troubletones at Regionals. And despite her apparent lack of brains, Brittany makes up for it all with heart. She cares deeply about her friends and family and everyone around her. She’s especially in love with her girlfriend, Santana Lopez, who makes her feel like she’s full of bubbles inside. Brittany’s affection for her dear friend Quinn is what leads her along on the trip for her bridesmaid dress, and eventually leads the sunny girl to her death. But Brittany’s bright and cheery attitude refuses to let her own death bring her down. She stays positive as her spirit roams the earth, and she stands by Santana as they face the storms together. Will her happy disposition be enough to hold them together forever?
Rachel Berry (haunted by Quinn Fabray, open)
“I’m holding on, I’m barely holding on to you, I’m hanging on another day…” Broken, Lifehouse
Rachel Berry honestly believed she was in love with Finn Hudson, believed that she could put aside her Broadway dreams and spend the rest of her life with him. Even when her best friend and confidante, Quinn Fabray had warned her against a future as Mrs. Hudson, she’d tried to fight the emergence of feelings she’d had for Quinn and settled for marrying him anyway. But when she heard that Quinn had been in a car accident only moments before her wedding, Rachel had rushed out of the chapel and to the hospital. But she had been too late. Quinn was gone. When Quinn’s spirit begins to haunt Rachel, will she confess her love, or return faithfully to Finn’s side?
“And I do believe it’s true, that there are roads left in both our shoes, if the silence takes you, then I hope it takes me too…” Soul Meets Body, Death Cab for Cutie
Sam’s return to McKinley High and the Glee club had thrilled him. It was a chance to re-unite with old friends, and most importantly, get back together with Mercedes. But when he founds out that she plans to stay with Shane, he can’t help but give up the fight. To keep his mind away from Mercedes, he throws himself into school work and the glee club. When the wedding of the year is postponed due to the horrible car accident, Sam is immediately distraught by the loss of his friends. The last person he expected to see was Charlie Fabray, the girl he’d never paid much attention to in his lifetime. Can he finally move on with Charlie’s help?
“I let the day go by, I always say goodbye, I watch the stars from my windowsill, the whole world is moving, and I’m standing still…” The World Spins Madly On, The Weepies
Kurt Hummel feels like he’s on top of the world. His best friend is getting married, his boyfriend is pretty much perfect, and he has an upcoming audition for NYADA, the school of his dreams. The last thing he expects is for his world to be shattered by one unfortunate car accident. Now that Blaine is gone, Kurt is feeling hopeless. With the death of his mother when he was younger, he is afraid of losing everyone that he has ever loved. Even more problematic is his guilt that Blaine’s death was all his fault. With Blaine’s reappearance as a ghost, will Kurt finally learn to forgive himself?
“When you’re dreaming with a broken heart, the giving up is the hardest part, she takes you in with her crying eyes, then all at once, you have to say goodbye…” Dreaming With a Broken Heart, John Mayer
Santana may seem like a bitch on the outside, and she may even admit it to your face, but her strong personality is just part of who she is. Her snarky attitude is a way of hiding her emotions from those around her, a self-protecting mechanism. But there was never anything that Santana could hide from Brittany, who could see into her soul like she was made of glass. It was Brittany who made her smile when she was sad, even when her grandmother had disowned her when she came out. Now Brittany was gone, and Santana couldn’t imagine life without her. She struggled with coping, and was considering dropping out of school when Brittany’s ghost came to her. Will the two of them pull together in this moment of suffering, or will Santana succumb to the darkness?
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