"Who's Fooling Who" as written by Bob Marlette, Tony Iommi and Ozzy Osbourne....
Is the end beginning
Apocalyptic thoughts of doom
They tell us not to fear
It's far too soon

Addicted to predictions
Were the tarots wrong or right
Will I wake tomorrow
And see the light

Watch your mother die, and then tell us not to fight
Don't you realize, they're just a bunch of fools
Speak the truth and lie, and expect us to believe
Tell me who is fooling who

Watch the soldiers marching
They don't march for you or me
They're just there to kill the enemy

Watch your mother die, and then tell us not to fight
Don't you realize, they're just a bunch of fools
Speak the truth and lie, and expect us to believe
Tell me who is fooling who

Will they ever wake up
Will they ever see the light
Give me one good reason people fight

Watch your mother die, and then tell us not to fight
Don't you realize, they're just a bunch of fools
Speak the truth and lie, and expect us to believe
Tell me who is fooling who

Who's fooling who...


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"Who's Fooling Who" as written by Tony Iommi Robert Roy Marlette

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    General CommentA great song, one that is in all but name by Black Sabbath, as it features Ozzy on vocals, Bill Ward handling the drums and Lawrence Cottle (Who played on 1989's Headless Cross) playing bass.
    Dreamer Deceiveron December 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentJust like the 2 new songs from the Reunion album, this is light years better than any Ozzy solo stuff from the 2000s. Kind of "War Pigs part 2". Very appropriate for the Bush era.
    oberhaupton January 22, 2012   Link

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