Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock
in a December 2013 interview, Jake E. Lee recalled the writing process for the Bark At The Moon
album. "Most of that was really me and [bassist] Bob Daisley. Because Ozzy would show up and kind of play around with songs," he said.
"I remember that I had the riff for 'Bark At The Moon' and I played that, and he said, 'Oh, I love it - we'll call that one 'Bark At The Moon',' because he already had the album title in mind," Lee continued. "So he said, 'That's the one that's going to be 'Bark At The Moon.'' He'd come in with things like that and then he'd drink, and he'd either pass out or leave, which left just me and Bob. We'd stay in the studio and flesh out the songs. It was fun working with Bob. He wrote all of the lyrics, and he's a great lyricist. So yeah, me and Bob, we had a good working relationship. It was fun doing that record."