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Perry Mason by Ozzy Osbourne

Album: OzzmosisReleased: 1995Charted:
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  • This song is about the fictional lawyer Perry Mason. It is a book series written in the 1930s by Erle Stanley Gardner, and was made into a TV show that ran from 1957 to 1966 starring Raymond Burr. (thanks, Robert - Atlanta, GA)
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Comments: 4

This song is about drugs and drug addiction. Just listen to the lyrics.

Riding painted horses,
How they love the wind to blow
Draw me a line
Feelin fine

All references to cocaine.

Wake me when it's over
Tell me it's alright
Just keep on talking baby
I've been doing this all night.
How much did you give me?
Tell me it'll be alright.

He is clearly overdosing at this part.
Jodie - Xx
This song is not about the fictional lawyer.
The lyrics indicate drug addiction.
Jg - Joppa, Md
I love this song from beggining to end,awesome sound!Jorge - Bronx, Ny
The synthesized strings play the Perry Mason theme at the beginning of the song. The bass riff during the chorus is amazing! (Is that Geezer Butler or Mike Inez playing bass?)Splat - Williamsville, De
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