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(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace

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  1. " Peace, Love, and Understanding" is a 1970s song written by English musician Nick Lowe and recorded in the most known version by Elvis Costello & The Attractions

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  2. What's So Funny 'Bout

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  3. The song was originally released in 1974 on the album The New Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz by Lowe's band Brinsley Schwarz

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  4. The Elvis Costello & The Attractions version was first issued as the B side of Lowe's "American Squirm" and was credited to Nick Lowe and His Sound

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  5. At the time Lowe was Elvis Costello's producer, and he produced this track as well

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