As my buddy said to me at the St. Louis show, you better soak it up bro, this here could be the last time you ever see him. An after hearing him say that, I had no choice but to admit he was right. I agree with the fact that Ozzy is trying to do things that are now well beyond his means, but at least he is trying to still reach out to us fans, & for that I am very grateful.
Even though seeing Ozzy slowly go down hill over the later years, & witnessing his decent into the rogue gallery of past rock & roll icons, I wouldn’t have it any other way. It wouldn’t matter to me if the man could no longer speak, let alone sing, I would be there with bells on to show my respect, & to honor the man for giving not just all the awesome music we have enjoyed over the years, but for the one thing that to me has always separated Ozzy from the rest of his colleagues, & that’s the fact that the man is all heart, & soul!
Ozzy will always rule, no matter his age, it really doesn’t matter if he can still belt it out like he use to, for me he is a friend that has gotten me through some serious s*** times in my life, some I may not have pulled myself through if it hadn’t of been for his music, so this fan will always show up to pay his respects to the Godfather of modern metal, no matter the hassle of getting myself there!
<cite>"Being sober on a bus is, like, totally different than being drunk on a bus."</cite> - <strong>Ozzy Osbourne</strong>
Sign in for community access log in
Not a member? Sign up
Visit www.OnGuardOnline.gov for social networking safety tip for parents and youth.