Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Kiss’ Tracklist, Definitely

We miss the days when Mariah Carey‘s song and album titles sounded like someone playing “I Spy” in a 14-year-old girl’s bedroom. Here to remedy that is Carly Rae Jepsen, who already set the world on fire with a girly “is he gonna call me?” anthem and now gives us fifteen more tracks that feel like a peek into her teenage diary, including “Sweetie,” “Tiny Little Bows,” “This Kiss,” and “Guitar String / Wedding Ring.” We just hope not every track is as hopelessly catchy as “Call Me Maybe,” or surely our heads will explode. See the Kiss tracklist below.

Carly Rae Jepsen — Kiss tracklist

1. Tiny Little Bows
2. This Kiss
3. Call Me Maybe
4. Curiosity
5. Good Time
6. More Than A Memory
7. Turn Me Up
8. Hurt So Good
9. Beautiful
10. Tonight I’m Getting Over You
11. Guitar String / Wedding Ring
12. Heart Is A Muscle
13. Drive
14. Wrong Feels So Right
15. Sweetie
16. Almost Said It

Not girly enough for you? Well, she shared the tracklist in a girly doodle on Twitter, if that helps:

Will you buy it, maybe? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter or in the comments.

  • Fan4me

    lol you said the album is about her teenage life but she’s nearly 30!

  • SzMatt

    she’s only 26, this is definatly not nearly 30!

  • danny

    All those songs sound like they are from the 80′s

  • Shan

    i just farted

  • Jed Camara Ocot

    In a weird way, it’s refreshing to see a 26 year-old singing about rather innocent subjects and not about going to the club or dancing the night a way. Her “Curiosity” EP was pretty good. If artists can sing about life experiences from when they were younger, why should Carly be any different?

  • MusicManDave

    Go Carly Rae! This girl is very talented and by the looks of the tracklisting, I am sure this album will be a hit and go a long long way this holiday season. Call Me…Maybe?

  • josh

    she is singing about that because she wants fame and success.. i mean she looks young but thata the truth

  • nachgebloggt

    Bis vor Kurzem kannte Carly Rae Jepsen keiner, jedenfalls nicht so viele, wie sie jetzt kennen. Wahnsinn diese Karriere bzw. dieser Karrieresprung für den wohl auch Justin Bieber verantwortlich ist. Ich mag es kaum sagen aber endlich mal was Gutes aus der Richtung von Justin Bieber. Aber spaß beiseite, die Musik ist sehr frisch und jung wirkend. Elektronische Klänge, die irgendwie was Leichtes vermitteln, die Lust auf mehr machen.