"Slow Down" as written by and Ozzy Osbourne....
I'll never bother keeping up with you
Burning the candle at both at both ends it's true
You know the writings on the wall why do you ride to take a fall

Slow down your moving way to fast
Slow down you know you'll never last
Slow down your haste is making waste
Slow down and join the human race

I tried to tell you time and time again
You know you'll have to pay the consequence
Now your obsessed with such a pace
But slow and steady wins the race

Slow down your moving way to fast
Slow down you know you'll never last
Slow down your haste is making waste
Slow down and join the human race

You seem to run around and round in vain
People are saying that you've gone insane
Tell me just what you're running from
One day you're here and the next you're gone

Slow down you're moving way to fast
Slow down you know you'll never last
Slow down your haste is making waste
Slow down and join the human race


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"Slow Down" as written by Ozzy Osbourne

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    General CommentBEST...OZZY SONG....EVER
    ste300on April 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about someone hooked on drugs
    ste300on April 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI don't understand who Ozzy is singing about in this song, but let me tell you a story to make me look stupid:
    I used to think Bark at the Moon was a concept album about a werewolf (back when I was a kid), so in this song I figured he was singing about a werewolf who can't stop running! lol God I had a weird imagination...
    ozzmonkeyon September 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about someone who can't control his drug habits and how it's going to come back to ruin his life
    Vostokon January 09, 2006   Link

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