One Of Those Days by Ozzy Osbourne with Eric Clapton, a trip into author’s rock (testo e testo)

One Of Those Days by Ozzy Osbourne with Eric Clapton, a trip into author’s rock (testo e testo)
One Of Those Days by Ozzy Osbourne with Eric Clapton, a trip into author’s rock (testo e testo)
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The premises were good, since two giants of rock met to work on a brick of an all-star record: One Of Those Days from Ozzy Osbournewith the spine of the only of Eric Claptonis a leap in time.

Also on this tour the Prince of Darkness surrounds himself with monumental artists, and in Patient Number 9 we really find everything: from old-fashioned metal to contemporary declinations. We owe it to Ozzy, of course, but also to the collaboration of Zakk Wylde, Chad Smith by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mike McReady by Pearl Jam, Robert Trujillo by Metallica and many others.

In this track Slowhand, born Eric Clapton, gives to One Of Those Days by Ozzy Osbourne that color that tastes of classic rock and innovation, with an almost continuous solo and that touch of blues that even in the metal world knows how to find the right landing. After all, behind this single in today’s radio rotation, there is a beautiful story.

During the recordings of One Of Those DaysEric Clapton felt troubled in one way. One of those days that I don’t believe in Jesus “and that taken away from Jesus has put Slowhand in trouble who said: “I’m not sure”. Ozzy attempted to change the words, but doing so would have altered the message of the whole song.

So the piece has remained as it is, but Ozzy says he is worried all the same, because his positions with respect to religion are often the subject of controversy. However, the frontman of the Black Sabbath specifies: “It’s not a song against Christ. Talk about those days when everything goes wrong and you have to go crazy to try to make everything right “.

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Disarray and burning nations
Dancing in the smoke
Getting high on suffocation
Better not to know (yeah)

Hey, hey, have I lost my mind?
Killing myself but I never die
It’s one of those days
that I don’t believe in Jesus
Ninth

Hey, hey, have I lost control?
Drinking my sins,
never drown my soul
One of those days
that I don’t believe in Jesus
No, no, no

Lay me down on broken bottles
Let me see my blood
Love you now but not tomorrow
Be afraid of what’s to follow

Hey, hey, have I lost my mind?
Killing myself but I nevеr die
It’s one of those days
that I don’t bеlieve in Jesus
Ninth

Hey, hey, have I lost control?
Drinking my sins,
never drown my soul
One of those days
that I don’t believe in Jesus
No

Hey, hey, have I lost my mind?
Killing myself but I never die
It’s one of those days
that I don’t believe in Jesus
Ninth

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Hey, hey, have I lost control?
Drinking my sins
never drown my soul
It’s one of those days
that I don’t believe in Jesus
No, no, no

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Don’t believe in Jesus
No, no, no
Don’t believe in Jesus
No

Translation

Disorder and nations on fire
Dancing in the smoke
Getting high from suffocation
Better not know (yeah)

Hey, hey, did I lose my mind?
I am killing myself but I never die
It’s one of those days
I don’t believe in Jesus
Ninth

Hey, hey, did I lose control?
Drinking my sins,
I never drown my soul
It’s one of those days
I don’t believe in Jesus
Ninth

Lay me on broken bottles
Let me see my blood
I love you now but not tomorrow
Be afraid of what follows

Hey, hey, did I lose my mind?
I am killing myself but I never die
It’s one of those days
I don’t believe in Jesus
Ninth

Hey, hey, did I lose control?
Drinking my sins,
I never drown my soul
It’s one of those days
I don’t believe in Jesus
No

Hey, hey, did I lose my mind?
I am killing myself but I never die
It’s one of those days
I don’t believe in Jesus
Ninth

Hey, hey, did I lose control?
Drinking my sins,
I never drown my soul
It’s one of those days
I don’t believe in Jesus
No

I don’t believe in Jesus
No, no, no
I don’t believe in Jesus
No

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