One of the songs on this album says "Don't Judge a Book by its Cover." Perhaps he should apply that to the terrible album cover as well. The music inside was pretty good, especially the title track, one of the most feel-good singles in pop history. Laid-back songs like "Never had a dream Come True" and "Don't wonder why" are average; so is "Something to Say." But there are some real solid songs here that are worth discovering. It was pretty ballsy to cover "We can work it out," but Stevie funks it up and it's one of the best covers I've heard of any song. "Heaven help us all" is a gospel-choir-backed prayer for, well, all of us. It builds and builds and has a fake ending and then comes back for more. It has a catchy melody and you might wish it was more than 3 minutes long. There are plenty of short songs here, 7 under 3 minutes. One of the best, "Anything you want me to do," has one of the best grooves you'll find in pre-genius era Stevie. "I Gotta Have a Song" has a rollicking chorus and would have fit much better as the last song on the album. All in all, a handful of great songs and a couple good ones, hard to complain about that.