Kids Again

Album: Live Life Living (2014)
Charted: 13


  • This high energy, synth driven anthem was released as the second single by Example off his Live Life Living album. The song was written by Example with:

    English producer Fraser T Smith, whose credits include Adele's US #1 hit "Set Fire To The Rain." He also produced UK chart-toppers by Tinchy Stryder ("Never Leave You", "Number 1"), Pixie Lott ("Boys and Girls") and Taio Cruz ("Break Your Heart").

    Hard Dance English producer Technikal, who co-produced the entire Live Life Living album, including the lead single "All the Wrong Places."
  • Example explained the song's meaning to The Daily Mirror: "When I wrote this I was thinking about teenagers, going out in the world, saying they can be whatever they want to be in life," he said. "It's also about how your partner can make you feel young again."


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