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Stevie Wonder was being interviewed and the same old stuff was being asked and the same answers given.

He was particularly proud of the honour it was to work with Paul McCartney on Ebony and Ivory (you know the one,two multi millionares singing about racial harmony on pianos) as the interview was drawing to a close he was asked about his blindness.

He said as he was blind from birth he did not miss the gift of sight as he had never had it.

He also said it could have been much worse though, as he could have been born black.

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