A Little More

Album: Pure Fiction (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • Eric Hutchinson explained the song's meaning to Bilboard magazine: "This song is about being home alone late at night, feeling vulnerable and armed with the one thing most dangerous to ourselves: our phones," he said." "You could be waiting for a friend, lover, drug dealer - the late night texting always seems to lead to trouble. And that's good for songwriting."
  • Whilst we're on the subject of texting, did you know the British engineer Neil Papworth sent the first text in 1992? It read: "MERRY CHRISTMAS."

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