Lea Michele’s Cory Monteith Song Will Hit You Where It Hurts

At the rate these songs are surfacing, we will have heard Lea Michele's entire Louder album well before its March 4 release. Oh wait, we can! It's streaming in full over on iTunes. But, if you want to cut straight to the song that'll hit you right in the heart, give this one about the untimely loss of Cory Monteith a listen.
"If You Say So" is the somber sister to "You're Mine," the song Monteith loved the most. The piano-heavy track is, rather appropriately, the finale to an album that's shaping up to be a wonderfully empowering debut. And, the song's string melody and swelling climax make for one heck of a powerful ending. It's got the Broadway drama that Michele thrives on with a little hint of pop glitter that'll strum more than a few heartstrings. Pop in your headphones and have tissues at the ready — this one's a doozy, folks. (ONTD!)

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