Black Rain

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  • The "Black Rain" is a metaphor for oil. The song expresses Ozzy's feelings about the war in Iraq, and how it was motivated by oil. >>
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    Sean - Detroit, MI
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  • Caleb from Ingleside, TxIf you listen at the beginning after he sings "Another soldier is dead", during the guitar part, it almost sounds like someone jumped onto a spring mattress.
  • Dylon from Grant, Mionce again Ozzy, proves he's one of the Gods of MEtal!
  • Andrew from Manchester, United Kingdomyes I agree,errm I remember him saying something about it when he was in his own country, here, he stood against the political leaders and critised them all here in England.
  • Alex from Los Osos, Cafavorite ozzy song, ozzy is my idol.
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