During the 4.30.96
performance of this song, Dave refers to the common story spoken over the intro as occurring in January of 1996.
This was released as An' Another Thing
on Dave's solo release Some Devil with a string background. Current versions are still labeled as "Little Thing," and this isn't moved to defunct because a.) when played on 1.14.04, the official road page labeled it as Little Thing, b.) there was no structural change with the name change, c.) a post-Some Devil
release, Live Trax volume 4 (4.30.96) still had it labeled as "Little Thing," and d.) all post-Some Devil
stage setlists for which we have scans list it as "Little Thing."
In an interview published in the Wall Street Journal
on March 6, 2013, Dave was asked which song of his he secretly loves, and he responded, "Little Thing, which is the only song I have recorded that has no words."
The chorus was borrowed for the bridge in Dreams of Our Fathers
Because the structure of this song is so fluid and has no set lyrics, it's difficult to categorize performances into "tease" vs. "partial" vs. "full." For our site's purposes, we call any performance with four or more significant sections (verses or choruses) a "full version," and any performance with fewer than two significant parts a "tease" ("significant" here is still fairly subjective, but it means at least 15 seconds' worth of that part's guitar riff).