Reviews for THE WRIT LyricsPerformed by Black Sabbath
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0zzy schm0zzy who wrote the lyrics then? | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/7/12
Ozzy never wrote much of the lyrics for Sabbath, did you know that? Google around in case I'm wrong, but it was like a few %, whilst Geezer wrote most with contributions from anyone else who had a few words, something like that was the dynamic. The frontman isn't always the most talented!
SABBATH RULES! | Reviewer: Jaymz | 8/2/10
Another GREAT song from the Godfathers of Metal! I agree these lyrics are the closest I've seen yet.The last opportunity I had to see them was in 1999 at the Philadelphia FU Spectrum with Pantera.
My 12 year old twins LOVE metal and Sabbath and I don't mean just Iron Man! My kids and I really appreciate you folks who take the time to make these Lyrics available.
lyrics are correct | Reviewer: greg | 11/9/09
some other lyrics on the search page are inaccurate this one i feels right with song it's important to get the words right to understand the context of the song really an artist can right something sometimes and all i can do is sit back or feel it and just be in-spired not aspired i feel it in there, u know.... good song
My Favorite Sabbath Song | Reviewer: Donald | 10/3/07
I always loved "Sabotage" more than any other Sabbath album. It has the best examples of progressive art rock metal. Too bad besides this and their "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" album they didn't do more. The problem with most metal, and rock for that matter, is that the lyrics cross the line into adolescent whining, and juvenile-esque subject matter, but "Sabotage" is near perfect for anyone of any age age to like.
My first album | Reviewer: Adelmo | 8/21/07
I was 14 years old when i bought this album. Automatic life change. I'm 46 now and listen to Sabbath almost every day. The album was listened thru many cold rainy nights with my headphones in Connecticut when I was a kid. The Writ always popped out because of the whisper shuffle at the beginning then the loud power chords to vocals. Always having the volume on 10 and remembering trying to twist the knob even further. But the Writ is such a powerful song that most people back then just did'nt get it. Just a few of us did. Even thought I love the other albums to death the Writ and Sabotage will always be #1 in my heart.
Great Song | Reviewer: Benzo8 | 8/2/07
This is one of my top 10 Sabbath songs of all time.
Lord of this World is still number one along with Supernaut.
The lyrics are close but I believe that Ozzy says "I feel my world *being* torn apart".
The Writ | Reviewer: Bob | 7/6/07
I agree with Rick, I also still love this song after many years. I wish this trend to worthless songs would die off and lead to a new start.
I would have to say the lyrics seem right to me.
PS | Reviewer: joyce | 5/5/07
This is my absolute favorite Black Sabbath song. It's been my favorite for ..... wow...decades. They don't write them or sing them like this anymore. Timeless. I heard he wrote it about some guy who screwed him on a music contract, but... who cares. This song is awesome. This one and Megalomania are the best of the best.
best so far | Reviewer: joyce | 5/5/07
These lyrics are the closest i have found online so far. Not everyone can hear what Ozzy says. I am actually quite impressed that the person who sent these lyrics got so close!! I have been writing Ozzys lyrics since 1973, so ..believe me...I know what he is saying. Good job. Best I have seen online.
The Writ | Reviewer: Rick moore | 5/2/06
A more esoteric song would be hard to find , very powerful riffing , loved it in my teens and still love it now.
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