@9 months ago with 11 note and 120 play
Well, this happened.
Carly Rae Jepson put out a single with Owl City. Remember Owl City? They’re that crossover Christian band who rips off the Postal Service and thinks it’s weird to hate goodbyes.
The song is called “Good Time” and it’s aggressively optimistic. I can’t say I’m having a very good time listening to it, though. I feel a bit like I’m stuck on the “It’s a Small World” ride at Disney World with a youth group who thinks it’s couth to sing along as loud as they can while yelling about how much good clean fun they’re having.
In fact, I will be surprised if youth groups around the country don’t adopt this as their anthem. It doesn’t specifically mention God but we all know that they can have such a good time without even having to try because they’ve got Jesus on their side. Owl City already has the Christian music background, and if CRJ sounds like a “whoo girl,” it’s only because she’s high on life. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that!)
“Good Time” is offensively inoffensive and will probably be well-received by fans of High School Musical. I need a drink or twelve.
This song is like the worst kind of white privilege. Not that many pop songs aren’t (“ain’t got a care in the world, but got plenty of beer” ~Ke$ha) but this one got to me specifically.
We don’t even have to try, it’s always a good time.
Freaked out dropped my phone in the pool again
Checked out of my room hit the ATM
I mean really?