Every Little Thing

Album: Yours (2018)
Charted: 50


  • Russell Dickerson married his wife Kailey in May 2013. Since then she has been his muse for a succession of hit love songs. This romantic declaration of love focuses on all the things Dickerson adores about his wife.

    Yeah, she's Seattle and Sonoma
    Runs on coffee and red wine
    She's easy like Sunday morning and wild like Saturday night

    He pays tribute to Kailey's most endearing qualities.

    She's an endless August summer
    Yeah, sunshine 365
    When she forgets the punchline, it still gets me every time
  • Dickerson wrote "Every Little Thing" with Parker Welling and Casey Brown, the same buddies that co-wrote his previous two hit singles inspired by Kailey, "Yours" and "Blue Tacoma."
  • Director Benjamin Skipworth shot the music video in Chicago. The clip intersperses concert footage with footage of Russell and Kailey exploring the Windy City's Chinatown neighborhood.


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