"Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday"
is a 1969 soul
single by Ronald Norman Miller and Bryan Wells, released by American Motown
singer-songwriter-musician Stevie Wonder
. The song continued Wonder's success on the pop charts. It reached #7 on the pop singles chart and become Wonder's ninth Top 10
single of the 1960s
The song was later reworked by Jennifer Rush on her 1985 Movin' album. This unusual, electronic version became well known in Europe - particularly Germany where the album reached No.1 for 14 weeks.