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Stevie Wonder

Living for the City (7:26)

soul · 70s · funk · motown


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  • WTF...? Album version is 7:22!
  • Basically the best song ever.
  • Fantastic song.
  • he is blind but his music goes vstraight to your heart--
  • His voice sounds so damn powerful. A truly great song.
  • This song is soooooo goddamn great, love it
  • Damn.
  • That's Stevie...the old version I've always known...at least THIS time on Last.F'em
  • Whats that? It´s definitely not Stevie Wonder...sounds like Mothers of Invention with an extraordinary singer...
  • This was the first album to be made with a polyphonic synthesiser, the first song with a poly synth..."I Wish"
  • GREAT! from a one of music's truly great icons
  • Inspirational..It's what music is all about
  • Killer synths.
  • Stevie
  • This sounds like Weird Al Yankovic...
  • entschuldigung..aber das hier ist nicht steevie!
  • Comes a time when a blind man takes your hand and says "Don't you see, you got to hold on to the dreams you still believe in"
  • Early 1970's I'm in the Coast Guard and hear this for the first time. What a powerful song. The poor shmoe who goes to NYC, gets roped into taking the "package" across the street with the sirens in the background coming, then gets busted. My favorite line of his is "Skyscrapers and everythang". Downer story - but it made this young white boy from Arizona learn about Mr. Wonder's fine music...
  • What a great powerful meaningful song. Love this full version.
  • boom
  • . . amazing man... amazing music
  • It might be Little Stevie's greatest,but too much great stuff to chose from
  • groooovy
  • greatest song by the steve
  • dat monologue part
  • Boom
  • A wicked track!!!
  • Powerful song from Mr. Wonder
  • His best work off his best album.
  • fuck this is great.
  • Somehow this brings some hard memories of my early life. It is weird but so chilling.
  • when i hear this song all i can think about is the scene in jungle fever of hallie berry and samuel l jackson smoking crack in the crack house
  • Thank you, Stevie, for this amazing music.
  • noone puts on show like stevie he is up there with charles michael and elvis the three kings
  • Check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuaSzFf7yq0 'the making of' LITC with TONTO - now, that was funkin' fantastic.
  • fucking fantastic. JUST ENOUGHHH!
  • Top 10 Songs Ever Made Last Century. Seriously. It's his "What's Going On".
  • Great song. I also understand that he acts out each of the character voices in the song too. Stevie, is just incredible.
  • Just one of many magnificent songs spawned from this incredible man's mind, a true contemporary music legend
  • What a Great Classic Song...
  • I really don't think he ever says it... at least I'm not hearing it (and I never have).
  • Always amuses me that when they play this on radio stations, they never notice that Stevie says "shitty" towards the end of the song and it's never censored out.
  • Beyond words.......................
  • CLASSIC.........
  • incredible song. used to perfection by Spike Lee in JUNGLE FEVER.
  • this is fantastic
  • just enough!!!!!!
  • stevie the man, woooo hoooo


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