Stevie Wonder – Singed, Sealed, Delivered Piano Sheet Music Stevie Wonder’s song “Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)” is the fourth track on his album titled “Sylvia’s Mother”, which he released in 1968. It has since been covered by many musicians including Lenny Kravitz, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Take 6, and Bebe Winans. Stevie Wonder was credited as Wonder Love when he wrote this song.
The lyrics of Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)” speak to the universality of love – how it is only limited by our imagination and goes beyond the physical realm. He sets this idea up in the first verse by saying, “I can’t read your mind, so I’m taking a chance / This is all I’ve got to give to you”. Stevie Wonder talks about how love blinds us because we are limited by our senses – what we see, hear, feel, etc. Stevie Wonder goes on to say that he can’t fulfill all of a lover’s needs, nor does he know what they’re thinking. Stevie Wonder is saying that love exists in the mind and heart, not necessarily in physical reality – it transcends materialistic things like pasta or diamonds. Stevie continues by saying how love isn’t always what it seems. Stevie Wonder talks about how love can make people act in ways they normally wouldn’t – like stealing, lying, cheating, etc. Stevie says that the only thing he knows for sure about his lover is that “you’re just too good to be true / Can’t take my eyes off of you”.