"Sabbra Cadabra" as written by and Ward Iommi....
I feel so good, I feel so fine
I love that little lady, she's always on my mind
Gives me lovin' every night and day
Never gonna leave her, never goin' away

Someone to love me
You know she makes me feel alright
Someone who needs me
Love me every single night

Feel so happy since I met that girl
When we're making love it's something out of this world

Feels so good to know that she's all mine
Going to love that woman 'til the end of time

Someone to live for
Love me 'til the end of time
Makes me feel happy
Good to know that she's all mine

Lovely lady make love all night long
Lovely lady never do me wrong
I don't wanna leave ya
I never wanna leave ya
Anymore no more
Lovely lady, mystifying eyes
Lovely lady, she don't tell me no lies
I know I'll never leave ya
I'm never gonna leave ya anymore, I said no more

I said no more, uh alright now yeah
No more yeah, I said no more, no more
I said no more, no more
I said no more, uh yeah

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"Sabbra Cadabra" as written by Iommi Butler

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  • +3
    General Commentits a love song. the lyrics are self explanitory
    Sabbra21on August 06, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI like Sabbath's and Metallica version. I just love this song!
    Satans Angel 666on April 03, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentMetallica raped this song. a bit inappropriate, it being a love song and all...
    moophistoon July 04, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthmm seems abit creepy towards the end... kinda obsessive... i can see what ferkung means about it gettin kinda dark...

    I have to say i prefer the sabbath version but the metallica version does it justice i think, i like the way they throw national acrobat in there.
    Azraeldrahon September 29, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentUmmmm, to be honest, now that I read the lyrics, the end to me seems like it's about a man stalking a woman and fantasizing about her, and when he comes to meet her, she freaks out, then he rapes and kills her.
    Kaji13on November 29, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment...continued

    hi friends, and now the apocalypsis
    the obvious apocalypsis. magic...sabra catabra...and love is on the air!

    you think that sabbath is so dark metal group that they never will'be writting a love song like this?
    that is a hymn of love, the hymn of making love!
    What? a dark music group talking about love?
    yes my friends, love is the key!
    You have to connect what i mean by reading other posts 'see national acrobat, dirty woman etc'.

    Keep in mind that Geezer says a story!

    Inside an album with this mystic title and terrible cover...love is the message.
    Thats true and dont eat the food of any type of priest. If you see the cover will will find how the message connected with Geezer's story.

    Our subject is the man (we are mens) and we need love but...we dying like the the man at the cover, surrounding by superstitions, priests, symbols, womens (key).

    The woman is a basic element for any man. man without love (not without woman) produce slaves giving food to a system including priests and polititians.

    The system uses men's need for love (real love), to make man slave.

    Inside SBS Lp this hymn of love is before the lyrics of 'Killing yourself to live'.
    Killing your self to leave is the system's basic mechanism-factory to produce slaves.
    But ...guess...also is the main procedure to kill love inside a couple.

    men without love is a slave. he is slave to himself, his family , his national system...

    Briliant Geezer...tell the story!


    madmarxon August 01, 2010   Link
  • +1
    My OpinionSeriously? No comments?? The meaning of this song is obvious, so I won't touch on that, but this is my favorite Sabbath song of all time. This song strikes a chord with me and reminds me of the woman, who I'm currently separated from, but still love and miss. It's out of character for Sabbath to make a song of this nature.....love....but it is great and very catchy too. I am curious as to whether this was written for Ozzy's wife Sharon or someone else. I would DIE to hear Chris Cornell of Soundgarden/Audioslave do a cover of this one!!!
    olywa1978on August 21, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt could be a love song, but a love song seems kind of out of place in Sabbath repertoire. Most of their songs deal with the negative aspects of humanity, evil, or drugs. However, on SBS they seem to change the subject of their lyrics to more positive thinking (A National Acrobat, Spiral Architect)
    Testaheadon March 06, 2003   Link
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    General CommentConsidering the song gets kinda dark and brooding towards the end, I dunno how happy it is. That and Ozzy's voice almost always sounds cynical to me, especially with Sabbath.

    They might have been using the thinly masked double entendre of Sweet Leaf too...
    Ferkungon May 06, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this is just a normal love song, not about something else like sweet leaf is.

    the "hahaha ha ha ha"part at the end always makes me laugh.
    tasteofanthraxon June 24, 2004   Link

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