“Isn’t She Lovely” is a popular song written and performed by American musician Stevie Wonder. It was released in 1976 as part of his album Songs in the Key of Life. The song is a tribute to Wonder’s daughter, Aisha Morris, who was born in 1975. It has since become a classic and has been covered by many artists.
Origins of “Isn’t She Lovely”
The song was written by Wonder shortly after the birth of his daughter, Aisha Morris. It was intended to be a tribute to the joy of having a child and the beauty of his daughter. Wonder was inspired to write the song by his daughter’s beauty and her joyous arrival into the world. He wanted to capture the emotion of the moment and share it with the world.
Lyrics of “Isn’t She Lovely”
The lyrics of the song are simple but powerful. The song begins with Wonder singing, “Isn’t she lovely, made from love.” He then goes on to express his love for his daughter and his joy at her arrival. He sings of her beauty and innocence and how his love for her grows each day. He also sings about how her arrival has changed his life and how he wouldn’t trade it for anything. The song ends with Wonder expressing his love for his daughter and his joy at being her father.