Why Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' Sucks

The article analyzes the popular song "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen.

The song, according to the composer, is shallow, derivative, and repetitious.

They also object to the lyrics' simplicity and lack of originality.

The essay explores the song's cultural significance and the factors that contributed to its success.

The author contends that the popularity of catchy pop songs over more profound works represents a bigger issue in the music business, and "Call Me Maybe" is a prime example of this.

They also observe that Jepsen's latter work has been less formulaic and has greater creative interest.

The writing style of the piece is lighthearted and irreverent.

The author also admits that even while they have issues of the song, they nevertheless find themselves singing along.

The article's main point is a remark on pop music's place in our culture and the conflict between artistic quality and mass appeal.

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