Lea Michele's Song for Cory Monteith Will Break Your Heart into A Thousand Pieces

2/10/2014 3:00 PM PST, by


Here it is right here, friends: this is "You're Mine," the song that Lea Michele added to her album after the death of her boyfriend, Cory Monteith. She's said that this was their song, and that whenever she hears it, she thinks of Cory. And that means that when you hear it, you can think of Cory too, and all the sadness and heartache that surrounded his passing, but you can also think of Lea's strength and grace throughout all this. Which basically means that when you listen to this song, you can feel all of your feelings. And won't that be fun?

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KapsJet
172 days ago

The quote I read said that the song was already on the album -not added after Cory's death -but is indeed the song that she feels is "their song" and that she listens to it when she is thinking about him

Her strength is amazing and to have it all play out in the public eye has to be incredibly difficult and she has done everything with grace and humility and strength. I loved the Ellen interview because Lea clearly still loves him and hasn't let his addiction and the end of his life cloud how she felt for the man. Finn's (Cory's Character) mom on Glee-speaking about Finn's father's death (ironically from a drug overdose)- said something like- the way he died isn't indicative of the man he was.

Duke Steele
171 days ago

Two butterfaces separated at birth: Lea Michele and Scary Messica Barker