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Call Me Maybe
|MP3 Music Release Date:
||February 22, 2012|
||School Boy/Interscope Records|
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 230 reviews|
Average Customer Review:
( 230 customer reviews )
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
49 of 55 found the following review helpful:
A Catchy Piece of Pop MusicApr 24, 2012
By Jorge L.
Based on this song, Carly Rae Jepsen doesn't seem to be very different from other pop stars. She has a decent voice, she looks perfectly prim on the artwork for this song and the lyrics of this song could have been written for anyone though I do give her credit for actually being one of the writers.
This is a brilliantly catchy pop song. After one listen I was instantly hooked and the chorus will effortlessly cement itself in your head thanks to what appears to be some genius keyboards.
"Call Me Maybe" isn't a life changing song but it's tons of fun and will have you bopping your head and sometimes, when you want to throw your cares away and just have a good time, a song like this one is all you need.
28 of 33 found the following review helpful:
A simple feel-good song finallyJun 24, 2012
Her voice is so sweet and fits the song perfectly. This song has a good vibe and good beat. It is simple and fun. No big voice screaming on top the lung, no depressing "my love dumps me and I can't live without you", no "I am sexy and slutty come party with me", no "some stupid rapper talking nonsense in the middle of a song" and making weird noise. It is just a "sweet happy girl looking for love " type of song. Come on we need a more positive outlook on life. When you meet someone you like just make a move and take a chance, that simple. Always hopeful, always see the bright side of life. This song makes me feel young, feel happy, full of energy and wanting to love again. On a side note, Carly Rae Jepsen is pretty and sweet. Not exposing her body unnecessary, no attitude, not pretentious. Just so fresh like Taylor Swift. We need more girl next door type of artists out there. We have enough weirdo or trashy whores out there to poison our young generation in this country.
28 of 36 found the following review helpful:
Undeniable pop song.Apr 20, 2012
By Adrian Cooper
"That Guy from Venus. :D"
I'm not saying this is a classic or anything because it probably won't go down as one. But as far as catchy, foot-tappin' pop songs go, this one is one of the best out right now. Forget my girl Katy Perry's "Part Of Me" or the latest of Nicki Minaj--we now have Carly Rae Jepsen churning out this feel good pop ditty.
And catchy isn't even the half. The lyrics seem as if they could be picked up in just a few listens as I was humming some of the song on the first run through. The violin work is very infectious, the video, cutesy and the ending, hilarious.
Not to be missed.
8 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Contagious, Guilty PleasureJun 27, 2012
By B. Smith
This song seems to be everywhere and it has the contagious explosiveness of a pandemic. I feel dirty giving it such high marks, but damn if it isn't catchy.
14 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Another bookmark for your lifeJun 13, 2012
Superfluous, silly, synthetic, sugar-coated, sappy, superficial... just a few adjectives that describe the pop songs that bookmark the passing of our lives. This one is no exception. It will easily serve its purpose and link us to that particular time and those connected memories. It will remind us of things we did when that song was choking the airwaves, when music producers & bad singers desperately relied on Auto-Tune to make a buck. Here today, gone tomorrow- just like us.
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