‘Glee’ cast and writers on why they chose the name ‘Gleem’
Glee star Adam Levine was inspired to pen a song about a young girl when he read an interview with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift about how the show was trying to make people feel better about the world by creating a world where people could feel safe and loved.
“It’s so exciting,” Levine said during an interview for MTV News’ “Glee” podcast, “because it’s the opposite of what’s going on right now.
It’s not a positive thing.
I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m glad you’re on the show.'”
Levine said he was “blown away” by the sentiment, and felt the need to share his own story.
“Glee is like a family,” Levine told the hosts.
“The music is just part of the show.
You’re not just a fan of it.
The show is a reflection of who I am.
I love being able to make music that is uplifting and makes me feel good.
I feel like it’s so important to have positive stories like that, so that people can be inspired to live more joyfully and to feel better.”
The show’s “Gleeman” song, “Geezer,” is the story of a young boy who lives with his mother and father while his grandmother helps him grow up and learn how to love himself and his surroundings.
“The world is not fair,” Levine explained.
“And you know what?
You can have the best family, and then you have the worst family.
And it’s just not fair.””
Gleeme” is the fourth song from the series, and the third song to be featured on the series.
It was first released in 2015, and it was the first song written for the show to be a top 10 single in the United States.
The episode, titled “The World Is A Basket Case,” aired Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017, on MTV.