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So I do think I tap into those memories in a certain way, but it doesn't make me feel sad.
It just makes me feel a little contemplative and in the moment." A negative review came from Carolline Sullivan of The Guardian, who wrote that "set against Dallas Austin and Max Martin's overprocessed beats, [the singer] can't help but fail, as Canadian Idol would put it, to 'own' the songs." Music reviewer Sam Lansky noted that the success of "Call Me Maybe" would leave "Tonight I'm Getting Over You" without much mainstream recognition, calling it the "scientifically-engineered-to-be-perfect pop song".
An official remix featuring rapper Nicki Minaj was released on May 6, 2013.
The song was written by Jepsen, Lukas Hilbert, Max Martin, Clarence Coffee Jr., Shiloh, and Katerina Loules.
Thematically, the track centers around a break-up, with lyrics about getting over her ex-boyfriend by dancing with someone new. "Tonight I'm Getting Over You" received mostly positive reviews from music critics; some deemed it as one of the best tracks on Kiss, as they did about Carly Rae Jepsen's claim to fame with "Call Me Maybe".
The song peaked at number 90 on the Billboard Hot 100 and achieved modest success on the Mainstream Top 40 and dance club airplay charts.Jepsen addresses her post-breakup feelings, as she gets tired of her boyfriend's lies and broken promises: "I wanna touch your heart, I wanna crush it in my hands / Make you plead and cry as you give up all the lies".As she closes the pre-chorus singing, "No more crying to get me through / I'll keep dancing till the morning with somebody new", the instrumentation incorporates a LMFAO-style beat as we hear Jepsen repetitively chanting, "Tonight I'm getting over you".Of the lyrics, Jepsen told People: "I think it's important to have a bit of a connection to a song that you sing, and there's going to be some grittiness behind it, because otherwise it doesn't come across as sincere."Tonight I'm Getting Over You" is a song by Canadian recording artist Carly Rae Jepsen, taken from her second studio album and debut international release, Kiss (2012).
It was released in the United States as a single on February 19, 2013, as the fourth and final single from the album.