"Good Time" is a song by American synthpop artist Owl City and Canadian artist Carly Rae Jepsen. It was released as the lead single from Owl City's album The Midsummer Station and was used as second single from Jepsen's second studio album Kiss. "Good Time" was written by Matt Thiessen, Brian Lee and Adam Young, of Owl City. The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, with critics describing it as a "summer anthem".
"Good Time" sees two pop juggernauts—Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen—come together for an uplifting, undeniable, and unforgettable ode to having fun. A shimmering keyboard shines at the beginning of the song before sliding into a handclap- and bass-driven verse. Owl City croons about a "Prince song" stuck in his head and sleeping in his clothes before announcing, "It's always a good time".
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He's not kidding. This jam is a blast especially as Jepsen pristinely delivers the bridge and the immediately infectious refrain. The songstress playfully sings about dropping her phone in the pool before upping the energy on the massive chant. Following up "Call Me Maybe"—one of the best pop songs ever, no joke—Jepsen dynamically shows the range of her incredible voice, covering an entire spectrum here. This completely solidifies her spot at the top.