- For the Bush song, see Little Things and for the Lily Allen's song see Littlest Things.
"Little Things" is the debut single from Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album. The song is about seemingly insignificant topics like break-ups or riding the bus to school that actually have a huge impact on a person's life.
- "Little Things"
- "The Click"
- "Thank You Mom"
The music video
shows the band performing in a high school
, beginning with lead singer Joel Madden
breaking into the principal's office and announcing over the loudspeaker that the song is 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 band then proceeds to wreak havoc on the school, with students running out of class to see them perform, after guitarist Billy Martin plugged the band's sound system into the principal's microphone. The clip ends with the band members trying to rearrange the letters on the school notice board to spell out "GOOD CHARLOTTE." The video was shot at Lorne Park Secondary School
, in Mississauga
and directed by Nigel Dick