People Everyday was originally released by Arrested Development on their 1992 album 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the life of… and as a single. It tells the story of a guy who is walking through a park with his girlfriend and is hassled by a gang of youths and is forced to defend himself. This version by the collective has a reggae feel added and is more upbeat and lively than the original.
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