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So Right Lyrics Carly Rae Jepsen

So Right Lyrics Carly Rae Jepsen

[Intro: Cole M.G.N., Carly Rae Jepsen]
Do you really think this is a good idea?
I mean, no, probably not, but yeah
Alright, see you at my place
'Kay, see you soon

[Verse 1]
I'm complimented by your invitation
Did we crash into each other's lives again overnight?
I don't blame you for your hesitation
Will we only make each other cry again?

[Pre-Chorus]
I get so real
When I'm with you
You follow me high
Don't follow me low
'Cause on the occasion
That one's needin' two
I'm ready to ride
Wherever you go

[Chorus]
I was wrong, I'm still into it
Did I lose your love? When it's physical
Sometimes we get it so right
We can get it so right
I was wrong, no one's innocent
Did we fuck this up? When it's critical
Sometimes we get it so right (So right)
Baby, we can get it so right (So right, so right)

[Verse 2]
Got in trouble with the new location
When you moved into my place, I'm new to someone all the time
After dinner, there was conversation
Dripped in paranoia and it always turned into a fight

[Pre-Chorus]
But you know the deal (You know the deal)
When I'm with you (When I'm with you)
You follow me high (High)
Don't follow me low
'Cause on the occasion (Occasion)
That one's needin' two
I'm ready to ride
Wherever you go (Ooh)

[Chorus]
I was wrong, I'm still into it
Did I lose your love? When it's physical
Sometimes we get it so right (So right)
We can get it so right (So right, so right)
I was wrong, no one's innocent
Did we fuck this up? When it's critical
Sometimes we get it so right (So right)
Baby, we can get it so right (So right, so right)
(Sometimes we get it so—)

[Bridge]
Move closer to me 'cause I know you see through me
Like I want you to read between the lines (Lines)
Don't say you're sorry and I won't say I'm sorry
Yeah, we don't need the words to make it right

[Chorus]
Sometimes we get it so right
We can get it so right
Sometimes we get it so right
Baby, we can get it so right (Did we fuck this up? Did we fuck this up?)
Sometimes we get it so right (Move closer to me 'cause I know)
We can get it so right (I want you to read between the lines)
Sometimes we get it so right (Don't say you're sorry and I won't)
Baby, we can get it so right (We don't need the words to make it right)
Sometimes we get it so right

Video Of So Right Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– So Right
Singer:– Carly Rae Jepsen
Album:– The Loveliest Time (2023)
Producer:– Cole M.G.N.
Written:– Carly Rae Jepsen, Nate Cyphert & Cole M.G.N.
Label:– Interscope Records & Schoolboy Records
Released:– July 28, 2023

About Carly Rae Jepsen:–

Carly Rae Jepsen is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress born on November 21, 1985, in Mission, British Columbia, Canada. She gained international fame with her hit single "Call Me Maybe," which was released in 2011. The song became a massive success and topped the charts in numerous countries, earning her widespread recognition and acclaim.

Carly Rae Jepsen started her music career by participating in Canadian Idol's fifth season in 2007, where she finished in third place. However, it was her subsequent solo releases that garnered her significant attention. After the success of "Call Me Maybe," she released her album "Kiss" in 2012, featuring other popular tracks like "Good Time" (a collaboration with Owl City) and "Tonight I'm Getting Over You."

In 2015, Carly Rae Jepsen released her critically acclaimed album "E•MO•TION," which showcased her talent as a pop artist and songwriter. The album received positive reviews from critics and developed a dedicated fanbase. Some of the notable songs from this album include "Run Away with Me," "I Really Like You," and "Your Type."

Her subsequent albums, "E•MO•TION Side B" (2016) and "Dedicated" (2019), continued to display her musical growth and experimentation within the pop genre. Carly Rae Jepsen is known for her catchy hooks, relatable lyrics, and emotive vocal delivery, which have contributed to her success as a pop artist.

In addition to her music career, Jepsen has also ventured into acting, making her Broadway debut as Cinderella in Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella" in 2014.