"Thunder Underground" as written by and Ozzy/butler Osbourne....
Your thoughts are compromising
Self - centered, patronized
Your image supersedes your soul
You find me mystifying
Subhuman, so annoying
You can't have me under control
You think you live forever
You don't find that profound
You won't think, you're so clever
When you hear thunder underground, all right now
Your morbid fear of losing
Destroys the lives you're using
You only have one point of view
The stigma of delusion
Confirms your self illusion
And after all this could be you
When you hear thunder underground, here we go now
Could it be that I have found my mind or have I gone insane?
Roller coaster of the madness and there's only me to blame
The ever faithful hand of doom will take the pain away
I'll never know the answer to it all 'til my dying day
Your bullshit culture licking
Can't stop the deathwatch ticking
You're only mortal after all
Your appetite for power
Subverts your every hour
But every time the mighty fall


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"Thunder Underground" as written by Ozzy Osbourne Geezer Butler

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    General CommentWell somebody is going to be dissapointed when they hear thunger underground, because obviously it isn't what they are expecting...

    They are only mortal after all...but for now they can go on with their shallow minded lives...
    OzzyGurlyon July 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commentone of the few nice songs of ozzmosis
    apenas_1_inaciaoon October 03, 2004   Link
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    General Commentozzmosis is my favorite album of ozzy's. first of all because i know this is the stuff ozzy really cares about in life. and second of all its stuff i care about and belive too also it sounds awsome. this song in particular i think is about ozzy's feelings towards leadership of the country and big buissness
    Dajangoon January 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commentone of my favourite songs frm ozzmosis n down to earth the line "your bullshit culture licking" is shear brilliance
    fuckadogon July 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commentozzmosis and this song doesnt even belong ozzys catalogue. mtv fans like modern ozzy which sux. this isnt ozzy at all. if ozzmosis is ur favourite ozzy album then dont waste ur time listening to ozzy. there are better love metal albums than this pile of steaming shit. thunder underground sux completely, all out, no question. and im one hundred percent, drop-dead, no kidding serious.
    Schorching Bloodon December 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHey Scorching Blood STOP FUCKING BITCHING IF PEOPLE LIKE IT THEN THATS ALL THAT MATTERS I LIKE THE SONG SO DO OTHER OZZY FANS SO DO US ALL A FAVOR SHUT THE FUCK UP
    BLSKiller887on January 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlike the song or not...you just cant deny that heavy guitar riff...simply awesome.
    ardx1on January 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's not amongst my favourite Ozzy songs. It's okay though. I think it's about all the people who claim Ozzy to be evil and the antichrist, and their hypocrisy. Thunder Undrground being the sound of hell opening up for them.
    rotherhamkidon April 08, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"mtv fans like modern ozzy which sux"

    For one, I wouldn't exactly call this modern Ozzy, considering at the time of your comment, the album was already eleven years old. For two, if there was any album (besides Blizzard) that MTV fans would be oblivious to, Ozzmosis would be it, considering that every album before it was a major hit with the MTV crowd, and everything afterward, he's had fame from his reality show to back him and his music up. The only time you would see anything from Ozzy on MTV in 1995, it would be the video for "I just Want You" at like 3 in the morning. The other singles ("Perry Mason" & "See You on the Other Side") were pretty much ignored, and this song certainly would have never been played on MTV then.
    samwaltonon August 01, 2007   Link

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