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"Don't Drive Drunk"is a song by Stevie Wonder. Motown gave it in 1984 as a single from. On the b-side was an instrumental version of "Don't Drive Drunk" or the song "Did I Hear You Say You Love Me", which appeared as the album number four years earlier on Hotter than July. "Don't Drive Drunk" was part of a by the United States Department of Transportation, the Ad Council and Chrysler sponsored campaign against driving under the influence.  An accompanying music video, the cost of which amounted to six hundred thousand US dollar , acted as a message of general interest and a poster of him with the English text "Before I ride with a drunk, I'll drive myself" was in about sixteen thousand high schools suspended.  In an interview In The Los Angeles Times told Wonder he experienced an accident at the age of fifteen, in which the car of his parents clashed with those of a drunken driver. He took out for "Don't Drive Drunk" inspiration from this event.  For the cover of the single was used a photo on which Wonder can be seen with a glass of orange juice in his hand. The song also appeared on the soundtrack album The Woman in Red, but was not used for the film.  Wonder reached with "Don't Drive Drunk" in January 1985 the 62nd place in the UK Singles Chart.  In the Dutch Top 40 and the single peaked on the thirtieth place in the National hit parade was the twentieth place.
- Alex Brown-backing vocals
- Lynn Davis-backing vocals
- Susaye Greene -backing vocals
- Windy Barnes-backing vocals
- Stevie Wonder-synthesizer, drums, vocals
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