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Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Fuller House' Theme Song 'Everywhere You Look' Is As Great As You'd Expect

by Carolyn Menyes   Feb 25, 2016 17:12 PM EST

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Fuller House may be getting mixed reviews (at best) ahead of its release date on Netflix on Friday (Feb. 25). But, there's at least one aspect of the modern reboot that works flawlessly: Carly Rae Jepsen's new version of the classic Full House theme song "Everywhere You Look."

The "Run Away With Me" singer took the infectious '80s classic and gave it a few new, extended verses, a peppy acoustic guitar arrangement and her signature sunshine-y vocals to create a new track that is once comfortingly familiar and happily original.

In the spirit of the original Full House theme, Jepsen's "Everywhere You Look" maintains the same sense of nostalgia and optimism that fans of the legendary series have come to know and love. But, following the tropes of the rebooted Fuller House, which finds the Tanner clan back in their old house, Jepsen features a few lyrics about readjusting to a world and society that has changed around you.

"What ever happened to the good old days / Talking to friends for hours, swore we'd never go away / Now I'm feeling a little crazy trying to fit in with the scene / 'Cause how do you know if you're going to do it if you don't know who you've been," she sings with a little sense of blues in here voice.

"Everywhere You Look" is not the first new track from Jepsen this week. She also teamed up with The Knocks for the infectious pop-rock gem "Love Me Like That," but then again, everything Carly Rae Jepsen touches is a gem.

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