This week, Stevie Wonder announced plans to perform his 1976 masterpiece Songs in the Key of Life at a Los Angeles benefit gig on December 21st. "The album has just inspired me," he told Rolling Stone. "I listen to [it to] measure how I feel and how I see the world – how it is now as to how it was then, how much has or hasn't changed."
Now we have a question for you: What is Stevie Wonder's single greatest song? There are a ton to choose from, going all the way back to "Fingertips (Parts 1 & 2)" in 1963 through his incredible run of 1970s hits like "Higher Ground" and "Superstition" to MTV-era jams like "Part-Time Lover" and "Ribbon in the Sky." Vote for whatever Stevie Wonder song you want, but please only vote once and only for a single song.
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