I Don't Wanna Stop

Album: Black Rain (2007)
Charted: 61
  • I don't know what they're talking about
    I'm making my own decisions
    This thing that I found
    Ain't gonna bring me down
    I'm like a junkie without an addiction

    Mama, don't cry
    I just wanna say hi
    Like playing with danger and fear
    Everybody's walking, but nobody's talking
    It looks a lot better from here

    All my life I've been over the top
    I don't know what I'm doing
    All I know is I don't wanna stop
    All fired up, I'm gonna go till I drop
    You are the real reason
    Please don't make me, I don't wanna stop

    Why don't they ever listen to me?
    It's just a one-way conversation
    Nothing they say is gonna set me free
    Don't need no mental masturbation

    Too many religions and only one God
    I don't need another savior
    Don't try to change my mind
    You know I'm one of a kind
    Ain't gonna change my bad behavior

    All my life I've been over the top
    I don't know what I'm doing
    All I know is I don't wanna stop
    All fired up, I'm gonna go till I drop
    You're either in or in the way
    Don't make me, I don't wanna stop

    All my life I've been over the top
    I don't know what I'm doing
    All I know is I don't wanna stop
    All fired up, I'm gonna go till I drop
    You're either in or in the way
    Don't make me, I don't wanna stop

    Are you ever going to stop?
    I don't wanna stop
    I don't wanna stop
    Are you ever going to stop?
    I don't wanna stop
    I don't wanna stop

    All my life I've been over the top
    I don't know what I'm doing
    All I know is I don't wanna stop
    All fired up, I'm gonna go till I drop
    You're either in or in the way
    Don't make me, I don't wanna stop

    All my life I've been over the top
    I don't know what I'm doing
    All I know is I don't wanna stop
    All fired up, I'm gonna go till I drop
    You're either in or in the way
    Don't make me, I don't wanna stop Writer/s: JOHN OSBOURNE, KEVIN CHURKO, ZAKK WYLDE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • NathanielI think the lyric “I don’t know what they’re talking about, I’m making my own decisions” refers to the fact everyone has criticized ozzy since ozzmosis for his albums being overproduced and not sounding like him and not representing him, I may be wrong but I think that lyric is directly addressing that and telling us he’s making the music he wants to and how he wants to make it even if it’s not always like what he used to make
  • Seth from Ingleside, Txozzy is one of the best metal artists ever and i think this song is about doing what you like and not letting anyone tell anything different or stopping you from doing it
  • Marie from Boca Raton, Fli love ozzy so much he is the best. i can play the guitar part all the crazy solosto awsome
  • Kenzi from Riverside, UtCan't beleive that there arent more comments on this song! Great Lyrics~ Just a good rebel song. makes you simply wanna get up and dance :) I think Ozzy will always be great in one way or another~
  • Christian from Oslo, NorwayThe bassist is Blasko...
    And I think there was some kinda competition, and a fan got to make the video...
  • Travis from Toronto, OnWho is the Bassist in that video?
  • Mara from Coruscant, Englandit's a really good song, but the video's kind of cheesy, huh?
  • Daniel from Derby, KsGreat song... Long live Ozzy
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