I never have understood how this Stevie Wonder tune got lost in the shuffle.
Its main claim to fame is as the b-side to “My Cherie Amour”, which, to my ears, doesn’t hold a candle to it.
As tasty as that is, check out this remarkable live version of the song:
Nineteen. Years. Old. (That little thing he does at the 1:18 mark slays me.)
By the way, the Stones covered this shortly after Stevie released it. It’s good, but not as good, if you get my meaning. But it’s historically significant for a couple of reasons: it’s the first thing they cut with their new guitarist, Mick Taylor, and as they were laying down the tracks, they learned of Brian Jones’ death.