Little Things (Bush song)
|Single by Bush|
|from the album Sixteen Stone|
|Released||30 May 1995|
|Length||4:24 (album version)
|Bush singles chronology|
The lyrical inspiration was the simple realization of that whole thing about don't be letting the details get you down. I was always feeling encumbered by life and overtaken by life and dwarfed by life, and my feelings and my paranoias and my worries were larger than anything else. So, there was always that pain to try to keep all of those worries at bay.
That's just a song about paranoia for the future and paranoia of life. I think it has something to do with trying to be strong in the face of adversity.
The video was shot throughout January and February 1995 in an old mansion in upstate New York, Long Island, NY, Los Angeles, and at the band's studio. The video was directed by Matt Mahurin who also directed their previous video for Everything Zen.
- AUS CD single 92531 / INTDS95757 (both bardsleeve and jewelcase versions)
- "Little Things" - 4:25
- "Swim [Live]" - 6:39
- "X-Girlfriend" - 0:47
|Australian Singles Chart||177|
|Canadian RPM Alternative 30||2|
|UK Singles Chart||184|
|US Alternative Songs (Billboard)||4|
|US Mainstream Rock (Billboard)||6|
|US Radio Songs (Billboard)||46|
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