Mr. Schue comes up with the idea to do two original songs for their Regionals performance, one of which is 'emotional' for Rachel.
It is a revolutionary episode for "Glee" next week. Rachel and the New Directions gang would debut two original songs, "Get It Right" and "Loser Like Me", one of which is written specifically for Lea Michele's character.
With Sue Sylvester coaching Aural Intensity, Blaine and the Warblers' dynamic set list and tough judges Tammy Jean Albertson (guest star Kathy Griffin) and Sister Mary Constance (guest star Loretta Devine), the kids of New Directions decide the only way to win Regionals is to write and perform their own original songs. Meanwhile, Quinn is hell-bent on getting Finn back and ruling McKinley once again.
To TV Guide, show's music producer and songwriter Adam Anders talked about "Get It Right" which has the lyrics, "My best intentions keep making a mess of things / Just want to fix it somehow." He said, "I've watched Rachel struggle. She's always trying to do the right thing, or thinks she's trying to do the right thing... and it always gets messed up. 'Get It Right' is her asking when things are going to work out. It's really emotional. I think it will bring you to tears... I hope."
Regarding the other song, Anders said, "It's an up-tempo, positive, fun, summery hit. It definitely makes you feel good from the outset... It makes being a loser a cool thing. It flips it on its head."