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Let Carly Rae Jepsen Carry You Home With Her Fuller House Theme

Oh, Mylanta. This is delightful.

When you're lost out there, feeling all alone, let Carly Rae Jepsen's Fuller House theme carry you home.

As previously reported, Jepsen teamed up with writer-producer Butch Walker for this pop-tastic update of Jesse Frederick’s "Everywhere You Look," which served as Full House's theme song for the entirety of its eight-season run. Now, you can finally listen to Jepsen's upbeat version of the beloved theme song.

Full House creator Jeff Franklin, who co-wrote "Everywhere You Look" back in 1987, told MTV News that there was "absolutely no question" in keeping the sitcom's original theme. Of course, it did need an update. Franklin added a new verse and brought on Walker to produce the song.

"Butch Walker is this megastar producer who's worked with Taylor Swift and Pink, and God knows why, but he agreed to come and produce the new track -- and he was really the guy who got Carly Rae to come and sing it," Franklin told MTV News. "That was a dream come true, having Butch Walker produce a song that I wrote. What a thrill."

The song is now available for purchase on iTunes.