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Desc:Dead on impression of one of Stevie's worst songs
Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:Stevie Wonder, black face, WTF Japan
Submitted:dinner
Date:10/24/08
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zatojones
Since this is Japan I can only conclude a few things. This man spent hours watching Stevie perform with an eye for detail and none for enjoyment of the music. He probably started a newsletter concerning the various stages of Stevie's eyewear choice and hairstyles. He knows trivia about Stevie's life that would stump Wonder's own mother. He has no idea what the words he's singing mean, and he doesn't care beyond that he forms the sounds sufficiently well. He more than likely has never met an actual black person.
boner
Now we know how Stevie Wonder would sound like if he were deaf too.
simon666
I kinda think Stevie Wonder would be able to pull that off as well.

Emcee
I was about to take issue with "one of Stevie's worst songs" until I actually heard what it was. Glad I'm not the only one.
Timothy A. Bear
How did he figure out where he was going?
chumbucket
so how often does he get "do the stevie!" in everyday life?
wtf japan
This is fantastic.
Seris
It's nice that the Japanese can get away with doing the Black Face without being coined as racist fucks.
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HankFinch
I think he actually understated the Stevie Wonder head movement.
And I liked the clapping not matching the beat
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