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A lame attempt at trying to be philosophically deep. Over doing it on the rhyming sentences: "Out of the gloom I rise up from my tomb into impending doom," and "Swimming in sorrow, they kill, steal, and borrow. There is no tomorrow," seems rather childish. More importantly, if he really believed that God was not dead, why would he state that only twice, while stating nine times, over and over, God is dead. Not to mention, it's the chorus of the song. Really? Why wasn't the chorus, "God's not dead, God's not dead." I'm not buying it, just because that's what I want to believe. I have adored Ozzy since his early Black Sabbath days, but I have to be honest. Go ahead Ozzy fans, shred me because I have a different opinion.
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