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By Ozzy Osbourne, Chris Ayres
"They've acknowledged a few loopy issues approximately me through the years. I suggest, ok: 'He bit the top off a bat.' convinced. 'He bit the top off a dove.' convinced. yet then you definitely pay attention such things as, 'Ozzy went to the convey final evening, yet he would not practice till he'd killed fifteen pups . . .' Now me, kill fifteen doggies? i admire pups. i have eighteen of the f**king issues at domestic. i have killed a couple of cows in my time, brain you. And the chickens. I shot the chickens in my apartment that evening.
It haunts me, all this loopy stuff. each day of my existence has been an occasion. I took deadly combos of booze and medicine for thirty f**king years. I survived a right away hit by means of a airplane, suicidal overdoses, STDs. i have been accused of tried homicide. Then I nearly died whereas driving over a bump on a quad motorcycle at f**king miles consistent with hour.
People question me how come i am nonetheless alive, and that i do not know what to claim. whilst i used to be becoming up, if you'll have positioned me up opposed to a wall with the opposite childrens from my road and requested me which one in all us was once gonna make it to the age of sixty, which considered one of us could turn out with 5 childrens and 4 grandkids and homes in Buckinghamshire and Beverly Hills, i would not have positioned cash on me, no f**king approach. yet right here i'm: able to inform my tale, in my very own phrases, for the 1st time.
A lot of it ain't gonna be beautiful. i have performed a few undesirable issues in my time. i have constantly been attracted to the darkish facet, me. yet I ain't the devil. i am simply John Osbourne: a working-class child from Aston, who hand over his activity within the manufacturing unit and went searching for an excellent time."
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