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Huffington Post

“As first tweets go, Stevie Wonder pretty much nailed it.

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter made his Twitter debut on Wednesday with a powerful video marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

In a nod to King’s iconic “I Have A Dream” speech, Wonder recruited numerous famous people to share their own hopes and desires in a bid to spread love and hope.”

Thanks for the inspiration, Stevie. May you fill the Twitterverse with as much love as you’ve spread with your music!

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  1. “Good morn or evening friends
    Here’s your friendly announcer
    I have serious news to pass on to every-body
    What I’m about to say
    Could mean the world’s disaster
    Could change your joy and laughter to tears and pain”

    “It’s that
    Love’s in need of love today
    Don’t delay
    Send yours in right away
    Hate’s goin’ round
    Breaking many hearts
    Stop it please
    Before it’s gone too far”
    – Stevie Wonder


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