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WATCH: Carly Rae Jepsen talks "I Really Like You," her first big single since "Call Me Maybe"

It’s been a minute since Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” played incessantly, everywhere – in stores, on TV, in your head, over and over. But don’t file Carly Rae under “one hit wonder” just yet. She’s aiming now for a second megahit, which promises to be an earworm, too: “I Really Like You,” which she dropped this morning.

Okay, so there’s only one “really” in the title, but here’s at least one reason you’re likely to get it stuck in your head: the chorus. Yes, it repeats the word “really” six times. That’s, like, a lot of liking someone.

You can listen to it here:


So will this inspire the hordes of cover videos, tributes, and parodies that “Call Me Maybe” birthed? It remains to be seen – but Carly Rae’s track record is so far, so good.

We caught up with her this morning *right* after the track dropped and guess what? We really, really, really, really, really, really liked both it and her. Check out what she has to say about her hopes for the single.

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