Stevie Wonder: Sir Duke Meaning
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Song Released: 1977
Sir Duke Lyrics
anonymous Mar 19th 2012 report
This is a straightforward tribute to some of Stevie Wonder's favorite early jazz artists- including (Count) Basie, (Glenn) Miller, "Satchmo" (better known as Louis Armstrong) and Ella (Fitzgerald).
But to Stevie, the greatest musician of all time was Duke Ellington.
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