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Sir Duke

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  1. Comments: Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On March 27th , "Sir Duke" by Stevie Wonder entered Billboard's Hot Top chart at position #74; seven weeks later on May 15th, it would peak at #1 {for 3 weeks} and spent 17 weeks on the Top And on May 22nd, it also reached #1 {for 1 week} on Billboard R&B Singles chart Between 19he had sixty-five Top records.
  2. “Music is a world within itself” are the lyrics that kick off Stevie Wonder’s hit Sir Duke. Replace the word “music” with “this new all-day diner” and the same message rings true for the song’s Puckle Street namesake. Waiters roam the room in tailored grey aprons that complement a .
  3. "Sir Duke" by Stevie Wonder is a truly great song. Recorded in , this tune is a celebration of music. The lyrics speak of the joyous feelings that come from listening to good music and cites people Mr. Wonder considers to be some of musics greatest contributors/5(35).
  4. Feb 16,  · Album version of the song. A video made for Stevie Wonder's great song "Sir Duke." This video celebrates African-American musicians/legends from the s to the present day. I .
  5. "Sir Duke" is a song composed and performed by Stevie Wonder, from his album Songs in the Key of agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfo track topped the U.S. Billboard Hot and Black Singles charts, and reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart, his biggest hit there at the time.
  6. Oct 25,  · Sir Duke (Chords and notes, Tim Merman) INTRO: SINGLE NOTES: B D# F# B, G#, G#, B A# B, D# D D#, A G G, B B, D D, G F# (REPEAT) _____ Verse: B G#m Music is a world within itself G9 F#9 With a language we all understand B G#m With an equal opportunity G9 F#9 F9 For all to sing, dance and clap their hands _____ Bridge NOTES: E E, D#, D#, D D, C#.
  7. "Sir Duke" 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.

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