Mandi Bierly
February 04, 2011 AT 06:52 PM EST

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Watching the sneak peek of the Warblers’ cover of Destiny’s Child’s “Bills, Bills, Bills” from this Sunday’s post-Super Bowl episode (embedded below), I had two thoughts: Thank goodness Will didn’t sing this (I envision a lot of Matthew Morrison’s signature spin move), and I’m buying that on iTunes (done). That made wonder, what’s the most played Glee song on your iPod? I’ve got one Glee song in my Top 25 most played — “Bust Your Windows.” The rest of my Glee Top 10, in order: “Teenage Dream,” “Defying Gravity,” and “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” (tie), “Last Christmas,” “Take a Bow,” “Hey, Soul Sister,” “No Air,” “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” and “Hello.” What’s interesting: Aside from the Christmas songs, the Glee covers of those tracks were the first versions I actually purchased for my iPod. I’m not saying they’re better than the original, but that if I don’t already have a song that I like on my iPod, I’m more likely to buy the Glee version when it reminds me of it. That happen to anyone else?

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