Little Texas’ hit song “Kick A Little” is a fun, upbeat track about letting loose and having a good time.
The song opens with a driving drumbeat and electric guitar riff that immediately gets the listener’s feet tapping. Lead singer Tim Rushlow enters with his distinctive twang, singing about the need to blow off steam and have some fun.
The chorus is where the song really takes off, as Rushlow belts out, “If you wanna live life rough / You gotta kick a little / And love a little more / Beat your chest a little louder / And jump up off the floor / Kick a little, love a little / That’s what this night is for.”
The message is clear – don’t take life too seriously, and make sure to enjoy every moment while you can. The song encourages listeners to let go of their inhibitions and embrace the moment, something that many of us could benefit from in our busy, stressful lives.
Throughout the rest of the song, Little Texas uses vivid and playful imagery to describe exactly what it means to “kick a little.” They sing about “spending all your money down at the juke joint” and “making a little noise, raising hell and breaking toys” – all activities that are designed to bring joy and excitement into our lives.
But perhaps the most important message of “Kick A Little” is that we shouldn’t be afraid to let our hair down and have a good time. As Rushlow sings in the bridge, “Life is short, so make it sweet / Dance all night, ’til you can’t feel your feet / Let the music move you, let the rhythm take control / Let your soul run free, let your heart be whole.”
In a world that often feels overwhelming and stressful, “Kick A Little” is a reminder to take a step back and remember what’s truly important – enjoying life, having fun, and cherishing the moments we have with our loved ones.