Favorite Stevie Wonder Songs

With the recent news of Stevie Wonder going on tour to perform his album Songs in the Key of Life, which is arguably one of the best albums of all time, I figured I would share my favorite Stevie Wonder songs. I started this list by simply rattling off a handful of songs and had a pretty decent list going, then I looked up some others in order to not forget any… And the rest of my day turned into listening to strictly Stevie Wonder songs. Damn, he’s good. Personally, I’ve always considered him one of the best solo artists ever, possibly second to Michael Jackson. He has so many great songs that I had to make this a Top 20 list, and that’s still not enough! I’m not even that happy with my list because I feel that a good 30 songs could easily be in the Top 20 and probably 15 could be in the Top 10. (That’s why the Runner Up section is so big). But without further ado, here is my Top 20 Favorite Stevie Wonder songs:

20-11:

20. Do I Do

19. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday

18. Never Dreamed You’d Leave in Summer

17. Uptight (Everything’s Alright)

16. Part Time Lover

15. Boogie On Reggae Woman

14. I Was Made to Love Her

13. Living For the City

12. If You Really Love Me

11. You Haven’t Done Nothin’

Top 10:

10. Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)

9. My Cherie Amour

8. I Just Called to Say I Love You

7. For Once in My Life

6. Higher Ground

5. Superstition

4. Isn’t She Lovely

3. I Wish

2. Love’s In Need of Love Today

1. Sir Duke

Runner Ups: All In Love Is Fair, Have A Talk With God, Fingertips, You Are The Sunshine of My Life, Knocks Me Off My Feet, All I Do, We Can Work It Out, Pastime Paradise, A Place in the Sun, Master Blaster, Don’t You Worry Bout A Thing… PLUS he sings the best version of two classic Christmas songs in Someday at Christmas and What Christmas Means to Me

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  1. […] I know what you’re thinking, “I love this song, but really, on my Halloween playlist? Are you sure?” Yes, I’m sure. I’ve always associated Gangsta’s Paradise to Halloween, even though it has zero connection. I think it’s because of the almost haunting-like beat and voices of the choir. (Fun fact, the song samples “Pastime Paradise” by who else but Stevie Wonder) […]

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