Little Miss Can't Be Wrong

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"Little Miss Can't Be Wrong"
Single by Spin Doctors
from the album Pocket Full of Kryptonite
Released October 5, 1992 (US)
Recorded September 1990
Genre Alternative rock, blues-rock, funk rock
Length 3:50
Label Epic
Spin Doctors singles chronology
"Little Miss Can't Be Wrong"
"Two Princes"

"Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" is a song by the rock band Spin Doctors. It was the third track on their 1991 album Pocket Full of Kryptonite[1] and was also its second single.[2] Allmusic describes the song as "incessantly catchy".[1]

The single reached number 2 on Mainstream Rock Tracks and number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States;[3] number 23 on the UK Singles Chart; and number 27 in the Republic of Ireland. Live versions of "What Time Is It?" and "Freeway of the Plains" were included as its B-sides.[4] credits the song with the eventual commercial success of its parent album: "Pocket Full of Kryptonite had been around for nearly a year when MTV and radio began playing 'Little Miss Can't Be Wrong', but once they started playing it, they couldn't stop."[5]

During a 2011 performance for National Public Radio's World Cafe, lead singer Chris Barron commented that despite popular belief that the song was about an ex-girlfriend, it was actually written about his former stepmother.

Cover Versions

"Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" was covered in 1998 by The Black Crowes.