Little Things (Good Charlotte song)

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"Little Things"
Song by Good Charlotte
from the album Good Charlotte
ReleasedMarch 27, 2001
March 9, 2009 (re-release)
GenrePop punk
Songwriter(s)Benji Madden
Joel Madden
Good Charlotte singles chronology
"Little Things"
"The Motivation Proclamation"

"Little Things" is the first single off the debut album by pop punk band Good Charlotte called Good Charlotte. The song is also the first track off the album. The song was released on March 27, 2001 and was re-released in the United Kingdom on March 9, 2009. The song was featured in the movie Dude, Where's My Car? and the video game Project Gotham Racing.

Music video[change | change source]

The video features Good Charlotte performing in a high school with the Joel Madden (the lead singer) breaking into the principle's office. Joel then announces over the school's loudspeaker that the song was dedicated to "every kid who ever got picked last in gym class," "every kid who never had a date to no school dance," and "everyone who's ever been called a freak." The video shows the band wreaking havoc on the school. The guitarist Billy Martin plugs the band's sound system into the principle's microphone and they perform with students running out of class to go see them. The video ends with the band rearranging the letters on the school's notice board to spell out the words "GOOD CHARLOTTE."

Chart rankings[change | change source]

"Little Things" ranked No. 23 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks [1]

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