Road To Nowhere

Album: No More Tears (1991)


  • This is a reflection on Ozzy's life. He had just gone sober after over 20 years of drug and alcohol abuse. He credits his wife/manager Sharon with keeping him alive.
  • Ozzy wrote this song with his guitarist, Zakk Wylde, and drummer, Randy Castillo.
  • This is the last track on No More Tears, which got Ozzy's career moving forward in the '90s. He was 42 when it was released, and proved he was far from finished.

Comments: 4

  • Robert from Richmond,vaBest Ozzy Song I've ever heard.
  • Lydia from Auckland, New ZealandThis song always inspired me for some reason - the 'road to nowhere' sure doesnt lead to Ozzy though....the guy has done extremely well for himself
  • Billy from Otway, OhThis song makes me sad.
  • Ravyn from Hell, Nyabout his life story, really.
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