Peace & Love, Inc.

Album: Peace & Love, Inc. (1992)
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  • Look at the world
    It's a complicated place
    And it's hard to keep the pace
    You've got to wear a smiling face

    But what we've got
    Is a blue-light special on truth
    It's the hottest thing with the youth
    You've got nervers we need to soothe

    If you've got to believe in something
    Believe in us we make it easy
    Peace and love incorporated

    Shop around
    See if you don't agree
    We think it fits you to a "T"
    And the best part is it's free
    I believe

    We got the market cornered this time
    We can make you feel fine
    It could impact your bottom line

    If you've got to belong to something
    Belong to us we'll make you PC
    Peace and love incorporated

    Peace and love
    It's the newest cause by far
    And we've got all the biggest stars
    Get your politics up to par

    Welcome... to Peace and love incorporated Writer/s: PAUL ROBB
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Cjsf from The Space CoastI think the first paragraph misses the mark a bit. The song is a satirical protest of the packaging, marketing, and selling the image of "Peace and Love" without the deeper meaning. True peace and love are seldom compatible with Capitalism, long term. But if you can sell that image, you take people right out of the game and keep the notions of peace and love on a superficial level, which generally serves corporate interests.
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