I have no clue what it is about though I've always wondered.
No More Tears by Ozzy Osbourne | Classic Rock Review
Obviously nobody else does either At least that's what Ozzy says General Comment Killer guitar solo, awesome song. Too bad to see that stupid fuckin "Dreamer" song has 20 times more replies than this one. I agree muzzy, dreamer is just filler crap Flag LordOzzy on February 05, General Comment my favorite Ozzy song!!! General Comment This song has a great guitar part. To me I see it as getting over things but thats the way I see it which probaly isnt what it means.
Ozzy Osbourne - No More Tears
This song is a very complex song with many angles of feeling. General Comment I love the first line, it just sets the mood for the rest of the song, like he is totally insane General Comment i was about to post that it was something to do with prostitution but now i read aobut the serial killer thing ive changed my thing Rate These Lyrics.
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No More Tears
What did this mean in practical terms? A bigger salary, for one, more responsibility, and many more hours behind a desk. He had more forms to plough through, more administration to deal with, and otherwise more slips of paper to stamp. Gharem was interested in these stamps. Each day in Saudi Arabia thousands of stamps are slammed down onto a mosaic of official papers by bureaucrats, officials, policemen and soldiers, and together they articulate an unconscious and collective imprimatur.
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In each was a small set of rubbery Arabic letters, numbers and numeric functions. Once he had amassed several hundred of these, he packed together the letters until he had two flat surfaces, each one gun-metal grey and full of undulating, bureaucratic detail. Together they formed a wall.