It's no secret that the Prime Minister of Pop® Carly Rae Jepsen is guilty of overwriting. She revealed in past interviews that she'd written over 200 songs for her album E•MO•TION. For her latest album, Dedicated, the total number of songs that she wrote before she was tasked with narrowing them down to the final 15 were just as over the top.
So what happens when you churn out 200 songs for each album cycle and only the top two dozen or so songs can be released? Some of them are released on a follow up album just like her much beloved E•MO•TION Side B. Others are given new life by being released on a completely different project. One example is her song Cut To The Feeling, which was featured in the 3D animated film, Leap! Unfortunately, most are locked up in a vault, never to see the light of day, or worse, buried in her back yard. Occasionally, some songs get slipped through the cracks and make their way online, much to the delight of her fans!
Without further adieu, here are two songs that "slipped through the cracks":
I Believe You (play)
Look Me In The Eyes (play)
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Are we feeling these rejects?