CARTE BLANCHE


 
    This is the "overlooked" song on the soundtrack.  It's very easy to miss when watching the film because its prescence is only in one scene, playing in the background on the radio, very faint.  The tail end of the song features Janet singing to the band (very noticable in the film).  This last "verse" per say, has been often called "Look At Me" in some transcripts of the film, as though it alone was the song, and not Carte Blanche.  Several people think it sounds like a parrot singing.
    In an early Script ("The Brad and Janet Show") this song was sung by Nation, Cosmo, and Janet as they drove their car to the television studio.
 

Radio Singer: Carte Blanche is like an avolanche
        She kind of snowballs and sets you free, oh oh
        Carte Blanche is like an avolanche
        She kind of snowballs and sets you free, oh oh
        Carte Blanche is like an avolanche
        She kind of snowballs and sets you free, oh oh
Janet: So if you're looking for a standard for which you can aspire
        Then baby, look at me, oh oh oh, look at me.