Mwah! Carly Rae Jepsen Shares “Kiss” Tracklist in Flirty Schoolgirl Note
Posted by Newson 09/02/2012 at 12:53 PM
As “Call Me Maybe” lingers on the charts and her follow-up hit with Owl City, “Good Time,” finishes out a strong showing in our Pop-Off, the pressure is on for Carly Rae Jepsen to keep things percolating heading into the September 18th release of her album Kiss. This weekend she cranks the heat up a notch by sharing a a handwritten list of the disc’s song titles. Carly already defied expectations by avoiding all literal references to k-i-s-s-i-n-g on the cover. So what do these 16 song titles tell us?
A. She’s still cool with cutesy. (“Tiny Little Bows,” “Guitar String / Wedding Ring,” “Sweetie”)
B. But not everything needs to be a totally uncomplicated “Good Time.” (“Hurt So Good,” “Wrong Feels So Right,” “Tonight I’m Getting Over You”)
C. Either way, she can appreciate a good Ryan Gosling flick. Or, at least, a song you’re meant to turn up in the car. (“Drive”)
— Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen) August 31, 2012
Here’s the full, non-adorably-handwritten list of songs:
1. Tiny Little Bows
2. This Kiss
3. Call Me Maybe
5. Good Time
6. More Than A Memory
7. Turn Me Up
8. Hurt So Good
10. Tonight I’m Getting Over You
11. Guitar String / Wedding Ring
12. Heart Is A Muscle
14. Wrong Feels So Right
16. Almost Said It
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