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No Bone Movies

by

Ozzy Osbourne



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This is about how much Ozzy dislikes pornographic movies. (thanks, Terry - Belleville, Canada)
"Bodge" is British slang for breasts, hence the line "X-rated demon that lives in my head, hungry for bodge and he wants to be fed." (thanks, Brett - Edmonton, Canada)
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Comments (6):

"Bone movies" was a term Randy and his friends used. The lyrics were written by Bob Daisley, not Ozzy.
- Josh, Detroit, MI
I would just like to comment that the song is not necessarily about "how Ozzy can't stop watching porno". Most of Ozzy's songs are in first person, but it doesn't mean that they are necessarily about him, or his opinion. It is just a point of view, or subject he wants to call attention to. He introduces "characters" for that matter. For instance, he sings Mr. Tinkertrain. Does this mean that Ozzy is a child molestor? Hardly.
- Bonnie, Shreveport, LA
I had no idea what this song was about but I knew I loved it..."silver screen, such a disgrace, I couldn't look her straight in the face".....makes sense that its about porn and ones addition to it.
- Mike, Warwick, RI
Erm, its just about an addiction to 'em. Not about his or anyone elses. just an addiction.

"Inspiration thats blue and uncut.."
lets take a guess here, people :)
- Ravyn, Hell, NY
The song is about how Ozzy can't stop watching porno, as in he wants to quit, but just can't.
- Liam, Campbell River, Canada
Ozzy doesn't like pornos? But, he was watching one on an episode of the Osbournes.
- Mariah, Miami, FL
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