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Front Line (Stevie Wonder song)

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"Front Line"
Cover of "Front Line" single.jpg
Single by Stevie Wonder
from the album Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I
B-side"Front Line (Instrumental)"
Released1983
Format45 rpm single
GenreR&B, soul
Length5:54
LabelTamla
Songwriter(s)Stevie Wonder
Producer(s)Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder singles chronology
"Used To Be"
(1982)
"Front Line"
(1983)
"I Just Called To Say I Love You"
(1984)

"Front Line" is a 1983 song written and produced by American R&B singer and songwriter Stevie Wonder, off his greatest hits compilation Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I (1982).

The song is sung from the perspective of a Vietnam War veteran. The protagonist tells the story of how he volunteered to go to Vietnam in 1964 at age sixteen, despite being raised to never kill anyone. After losing his leg, he is sent home with a Purple Heart. In the present day, his niece is a prostitute, and his nephew is a drug addict, both of whom insist he has no right to tell them they are wrong in their ways. He reads in the newspaper that another war is on its way, and he remembers the 'many happy families that have been ruined.'[citation needed]

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Transcription

Personnel

  • Stevie Wonder: vocals, keyboards, drums
  • Benjamin Bridges: electric guitar
  • Nathan Watts: bass

Sources

  • iTunes
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