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Stevie brings everyone back to a simpler time.



"We all know sometimes lifes hates and troubles 

Can make you wish you were born in another time and space 
But you can bet you life times that and twice its double 
That God knew exactly where he wanted you to be placed 
so make sure when you say you're in it but not of it 
You're not helping to make this earth a place sometimes called Hell 
Change your words into truths and then change that truth into love 
And maybe our children's grandchildren 
And their great-great grandchildren will tell 
I'll be loving you... forever



This album reminds of growing up on the east coast, where there was a lot of green, a beautiful place. Family parties at the old red house would bring out 100 friends and family all over the front yard and back, and this album was always on. No kidding, the record player was set on replay for an entire summer (pre-CD era).  Lots of laughter there, people were genuine, it was a precious time. Sometimes, used to think in my teens that beautiful quiet place like paradise was tooooo boring. I needed more activity, craved the city life, I was a teen, but concrete is seldom a good substitute for trees and flowers. Now, in retrospect, when times get tough, I go back to that red house (in my mind) which was/is the peace and love. To this day, Stevie Wonder's "AS" (about our Creator) reminds me of that  place and our place in the universe. Listen up!




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