Japanese Kindergarteners Sing Day Man And It Is As Awesome as You Think

The best cover of the Always Sunny song, ever.

This is the best thing ever:

Zap2It explains: “From the bizarre and fun file comes a video of Japanese kindergartners singing “Day Man,” a song written by Dennis (Glenn Howerton) and Charlie (Charlie Day) on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” It sounds better coming from the children than it ever did from Dennis or Charlie, but one has to wonder where this video came from. Who had the idea of teaching these kids the song? Most importantly, why is Peter Griffin from “Family Guy” drawn on the dry erase board behind them?”

Just for comparison, here’s the original:

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