Some of Stevie Wonder's most successful singles are "Superstition," "I Just Called To Say I Love You," "Ebony and Ivory," "Sir Duke," "Part-Time Lover" and "You Are The Sunshine of My Life." "Superstition" was the lead single on Wonder's "Talking Book" album, and was the No. 1 music record in the United States in 1972. In 2004, Rolling Stone named it one of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
"I Just Called to Say I Love You" was the first song on Wonder's album "The Woman in Red," and is one of Wonder's most successful singles. The song was nominated for three Grammys at the 27th Annual Grammy Awards ceremonies, including Song of the Year.
"Ebony and Ivory" was a joint 1982 single by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder that addressed racial harmony between blacks and whites. "Sir Duke" was a tribute to jazz legend Duke Ellington from Wonder's 1976 album "Songs in the Key of Life."
"You Are the Sunshine of My Life" was a single from Wonder's 1973 album "Talking Book." The song won Wonder a Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. 1985 smash hit "Part-Time Lover" marked the first time a song peaked on four different Billboard charts.