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Stevie Wonder
StarIconGreen
This song is performed by Stevie Wonder and appears on the album Song Review: A Greatest Hits Collection (1996).
Music is a world within itself
With a language we all understand
With an equal opportunity
For all to sing, dance and clap their hands

But just because a record has a groove
Don't make it in the groove
But you can tell right away at letter A
When the people start to move

They can feel it all over
They can feel it all over people
They can feel it all over
They can feel it all over people

Music knows it is and always will
Be one of the things that life just won't quit
But here are some of music's pioneers
That time will not allow us to forget
For there's Basie, Miller, Satchmo
And the king of all, Sir Duke
And with a voice like Ella's ringing out
There's no way the band can lose

You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
You can feel it all over people (Repeat)

Can't you feel it all over
Come on let's feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
Everybody, all over people

Credits

  • Written by Stevie Wonder
Number-One HitThis song was a
Number-One Hit!

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