"Do They Know It's Christmas," a song about starving kids in Africa, to a homeless shelter? In the original Band Aid version, it was Bono who sang the odd line "Well, tonight thank God it’s them, instead of you," a line meant for you, the listener, to feel lucky that you're not a starving child in Africa. It was a troubling line even in the original, and here, it's unforgivable. The gift that New Directions is giving these down on their luck homeless folks is... perspective?
Playlist: Glee - Episode 3.09
1. "All I Want For Christmas Is You" (Mariah Carey)- Mercedes [mp3]
2. "Blue Christmas" (Elvis Presley)- Rory [mp3]
3. "River" (Joni Mitchell)- Rachel [mp3]
4. "Extraordinary Merry Christmas" (Original)- Rachel & Blaine [mp3]
5. "Let It Snow" (Vaughn Monroe)- Kurt & Blaine [mp3]
6. "My Favorite Things" (from The Sound of Music)- Rachel, Mercedes, Kurt and Blaine [mp3]
7. "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" (Bruce Springsteen)- Puck, Finn [mp3]
8. "Christmas Wrapping" (The Waitresses)- Heather Morris [mp3]
9. "Do They Know It's Christmas?" (Band Aid)- New Directions [mp3]
*10. "Santa Baby" (Eartha Kitt)- Santana [mp3]
*Didn't make final televised edit...
Previously: "Mashoff" (Episode 3.07)