Carly Rae Jepsen “Tonight I’m Getting Over You” – First Listen!

Carly Rae Jepsen confirms that the third single from her album Kiss is “Tonight I’m Getting Over You.” The song goes to radio today.

Listen to a full stream of Carly’s next single right here. It’s another infectious tune from the Canadian Idol alum, but will the singer ever see the kind of mega-chart success she had with her first smash, “Call Me Maybe”?



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  • Jon Glass

    I think it has a chance of getting some airplay. I really hope it does.

  • Bug Menot

    She not only looks younger than she is, she sounds younger too.

    Maybe it will appeal to young girls.

    I checked out less than half way through.

  • jammasta

     Her music bugs me. I could only get to the chorus.

  • Chicagolaw

    This is her third single? How did I totally miss the second one??

    Eta—or was that duet with the Owl City singer the second one?

  • standtotheright

    This is her third single? How did I totally miss the second one??

    Actually, it’s her fourth. Good Time was the second, and ended up with some ridiculously long legs for a frothy summer single. I guess some people treat it as Owl City’s lead single but it was on both albums.

    This Kiss was the third, and absolutely everyone missed it because it got no airplay (and did not, IMO, deserve much).

    We’ll see if this one does better.

  • Li Wright

    Isn’t this title close to Taylor’s Never Ever getting over you? or something like that?

  • TheOther

    It’s interesting, CRJ had a monster hit with Call Me Maybe, Grammy nods, blessing of the song by Bieber. Yet her Kiss CD released in Sep was only 46,000 opening week. And now, it is still not even halfway to Gold status in the U.S.

    So much for the theory that a monster song will help big sales for a CD.

  • Bug Menot

    It’s not as true as it used to be because it’s now possible to download individual songs. But awareness of the CD was no doubt boosted. Sales would have been better if more people had liked what they heard.

  • tucker davis

    So many of these ‘pop’ songs sound like the music is computer-generated, not ‘real’ musicians…just not my cup of tea.

  • Peter Hewitt

    I’ve been listening to this for a while, good choice on single as I’ve already played it at parties and roadtrips all throughout the Fall. 

  • b_james

    This song just isn’t that good.  I actually liked “This Kiss”, but its little airplay slowed her momentum.  

  • Bentley1530

    It is a perfectly good pop song but it does not have that special something or the humor of call me maybe.

  • Jake W.

    Her entire album was hideous aside from Call Me Maybe. And that song was catchy and fun but the lyrics were beyond stupid. Can’t say I’m a fan of this girl.

  • aquayers

    I love love love her album. A bit shocking to me because I didn’t love Call Me Maybe because that song been played to death everywhere.