Every Kinda People

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Titre : Every Kinda People

Ecrit par : A. Fraser

Première publication : Sur l'album Double Fun (1978)

Classement : US#16 / UK#53 (1978) - US#8 Adult Contemporary / UK#43 (1992)

« Andy Fraser from Free wrote this but I changed the lyrics because the original was rather political though I loved the basic song. Gene Page, who orchestrated for Barry White, did a glorious string arrangement. Funnily enough, I get a lot of letters about this song from religious organisations who always tell me it's very positive. I suppose it is »   

Paroles :

Said the fight to make ends meet
Keeps a man upon his feet
Holding down his job
Trying to show he can’t be bought

Ooh, it takes every kind of people
To make what life’s about, yeah
Every kind of people
To make the world go ’round

Someone’s looking for a lead
In his duty to a King or creed
Protecting what he feels is right
Fights against wrong with his life

There’s no profit in deceit
Honest men know that
Revenge does not taste sweet
Whether yellow, black or white
Each and every man’s the same inside

It takes every kind of people
To make what life’s about, yeah
It takes every kind of people
To make the world go ’round

You know that love’s the only goal
That could bring a peace to any soul
Hey, and every man’s the same
He wants the sunshine in his name

Every Kinda People

La chanson a été reprise par de nombreux artistes, notamment par le groupe de filles anglais Mint Juleps en 1987 (produit par Trevor Horn), par Chaka Demus & Pliers en 1996 (produits par les grands noms du reggae Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare) et par Joe Cocker en 2004 (en hommage à Palmer, quelques mois après la disparition du chanteur) / The song was covered by many artists, notably by English girls band Mint Juleps in 1987 (produced by Trevor Horn), Chaka Demus & Pliers in 1996 (produced by reggae greats Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare)  and by Joe Cocker in 2004 (as a tribute to Palmer, a few months after the singer passed away).

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