Hey gleeks, it looks like the people behind your beloved show will be delivering on that "original song" promise after all. This just proves that when general audiences mention something enough times, it will make it onto Glee. It's like we're a part of it right? (Or they could just do everything right and we wouldn't have to tell them how to fix it, but that's just some silly idea I came up with. DIBS. Now I'll get all the credit for everything they do right EVER.) Though a few people (ahem, Vulture) previously caught wind of the title of the first original song, "Loser Like Me," and thought it was referring to the little-known Six Pence None the Richer tune, it's actually a brand-spanking new one from go-to pop music tune-writer Max Martin (seriously, he's responsible from everything from the Backstreet Boys' "Larger Than Life" to Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" to -- unfortunately -- Britney's latest "hit"). We're not sure who will sing the new song, but we do know that it will debut on the March 15 episode of the show.
Also on the docket of original songs is one just for Lea Michele (something for her to hog -- imagine that) called "Get It Right." Wow, both songs share titles with other pop songs. So original. Well at least the lyrics will be brand new -- and hopefully they'll actually be good. Then again, they've done worse songs and still managed to push them into the upper echelon of the iTunes charts so I'm sure these songs will infect everyone's ears soon enough.