Peace, man! In honor of Veterans' Day this week, all the answers will have either "War" or "Peace."
1. All John Lennon was saying...
2. Gospel song included on "Elvis' Christmas Album" also released as an EP by Elvis in 1957
3. Canadian band whose biggest album in the U.S. was Gravity, from 2002
4. Their hits included "The Cisco Kid," "Me and Baby Brother" and "The World Is A Ghetto"
5. A 1995 album released by Stevie Wonder
6. Unusual one-off holiday duet featuring Bing Crosby and...David Bowie?
7. Meco had a Number One hit in 1977 with a disco treatment of musical themes from this movie
8. 1990 Guns n Roses song that originally appeared on a charity album
9. Paul McCartney's 1982 album...
10....which he followed up the next year with this album
11. George Harrison requested this in 1973 and hit Number One with it
12. Edwin Starr's Number One protest song, also recorded by Bruce Springsteen
13. " I understand about indecision, but I don't care if I get behind. People livin' in competition, all I want is to have my..."
14. Doors track (played often in Chicago) that leads into "Blue Sunday"
15. Nick Lowe song recorded by Elvis Costello and sung by Bill Murray in "Lost in Translation"
16. A 1971 Cat Stevens hit later recorded by 10,000 Maniacs
17. John Lennon and Yoko Ono's enduring Christmas song
Bonus: Early Grateful Dead track with a rare Jerry Garcia-written lyric