Higher Ground" is a funk song written by Stevie Wonder which first appeared on his 1973 album Innervisions. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 on the US Hot R&B Singles chart. Wonder wrote and recorded the song in a three-hour burst of creativity in May 1973. The album version of the song contains an extra verse and runs 30 seconds longer than the single version.
Lyrics to "Higher Ground" song by Stevie Wonder: People keep on learnin' Soldiers keep on warrin' World keep on turnin' Cause it won't be too long. Stevie Wonder wrote and recorded this song in just three hours in May 1973. He played all instruments on this track, including drums and percussion. The album version of this song is 30 seconds longer than the single version because it contains an extra verse. These lyrics touch on the topic of reincarnation. Stevie Wonder said in an interview with The New York Times, "I think that sometimes your consciousness can happen on this earth a second time around. For me, I wrote 'Higher Ground' even before the accident
Produced by Stevie Wonder. Higher Ground Lyrics. People keep on learning Soldiers keep on warring World keep on turning 'Cause it won't be too long. Powers keep on lying While your people keep on dying World keep on turning 'Cause it won't be too long. I'm so darn glad he let me try it again Because my last time on earth I lived a whole world of sin I'm so glad that I know more than I knew then Going to keep on trying 'Til I reach my highest ground. Til I reach my highest ground No one's going to bring me down Oh no 'Til I reach my highest ground Don't you let nobody bring you down (they'll sho 'nuff try) God is gonna show you highest ground He's the only friend you'll have around 'Cause the rest of the world will bring you down. About Higher Ground.
Stevie Wonder Higher Ground (reggae version by Reggaesta).
On 18 August 1973, Stevie Wonder hit the US charts with ‘Higher Ground,’ from the superb Innervisions, just as he suffered a life-changing car accident. In August 1973, in North Carolina, Wonder was involved in a serious car crash which left him in a coma for four days. It was almost as if I had to get it done, he told Q magazine of the recording session for the song. I felt something was going to happen.
Stevie Wonder-Higher Ground Sheet Music, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs.
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