15 Ozzy Osbourne Songs From Black Sabbath And Beyond

Osbourne Patient number 9 album cover it features multiple artists like Post Malone, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Beck
Osbourne Patient number 9 album cover it features multiple artists like Post Malone, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Beck( Source : twitter )

Some of the best Ozzy Osbourne Songs are as follows: 1. Crazy Train 2. No More Tears 3. Mama, I'm Coming Home, and many more.

Osbourne was the lead singer of one of the best bands of all time, Black Sabbath. He adopted the name "Prince of Darkness" due to his penchant for gothic theatrics, and it has since been used by his beloved fans and followers.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the UK Music Hall of Fame inducted him as a member of Black Sabbath, with the latter also honoring him for his solo work.

Sabbath's former lead singer had 100 million record sales from his solo and band albums. He had a reality show on MTV titled "The Osbournes" alongside his wife.

For his eccentric personality, influence, and contribution to the metal genre, he was awarded the Ivor Novello Award for Lifetime Achievement from the British Academy.

15 Best Ozzy Osbourne Songs

Song NameSpotify Streams
Paranoid792 million
Crazy Train544 million
Iron Man396 million
War Pigs242 million
Mama, I'm Coming Home173 million
No More Tears121 million
Bark at the Moon111 million
Dreamer94 million
Shot In The Dark64 million
Close My Eyes Forever56 million
Under the Graveyard51 million
Ordinary Man43 million
Patient Number 916 million
Goodbye To Romance12 million
One of Those Days6 million

1. Paranoid

Paranoid is Black Sabbath best song written by Ozz, Geezer, Tony, and Bill. Rolling Stone ranked the song in the list of greatest songs of All Time. 

Similarly, Guitarist ranked the track in the "Top 100 Guitar Solos of All Time" in 1998. The power chords with a distinct guitar pickup enhance the solo on the track. 

In the UK Singles chart, this song peaked at #4 but while US Billboard Hot 100 featured the song in 61st position. Sabbath's 1970s song was from their second studio album "Paranoid."

2. Crazy Train

Crazy Train is number one among Ozzy Osbourne Top Songs list. The track was from the artist's debut solo album "Blizzard of Ozz" released in 1980.

Songwriters credited in the tracks were Randy Rhoads, Bob Daisley, and Osbourne himself. The lyrics of the song refer to the fear that existed within Allied forces during the cold war.

Billboard Top Tracks listed the song at #9 during its peak. It was certified double platinum with more than 1.7 million downloads in 2010. VH1 listed the song in "40 Greatest Metal Songs" in 2009.

3. Iron Man

Iron Man by Black Sabbath is from the iconic album, Paranoid. It was famously featured in the end credits of the 2008 movie Iron Man.

Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Heavy Metal Songs of All Time" included this song in the 7th position.

In the UK the song is certified silver as it did sales of more than 250,000 units. Similarly, its live version of Reunion won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.

4. War Pigs

War Pigs is an anti-war song by these Metal pioneers. It is one of the most streamed songs on Paranoid.

It was a protest against compulsory Army service.

Louder listed the song in number one position in the 40 greatest Black Sabbath Songs. It is said to have inspired Artic Monkeys's 2014 single "Arabella" where the band performed an interlude of the song.

It was also certified Silver by BPI in the UK with 200,000 sales. It is also one of the most popular songs of Sabbath on Youtube with more than 92 million views.

5. Mama, I'm Coming Home

Mama, I'm Coming Home is Ozzy Osbourne music from his sixth studio album "No More Tears" released in 1991. The song peaked at #28 on Billboard Hot 100.

The video for this song was directed by Samuel Bayer who had worked with multiple artists like Iron Maiden, Garbage, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Green Day, and My Chemical Romance.

According to Zakk Wylde, Ozzy composed the track on a piano in his apartment and he transposed it to guitar, which sounded great in terms of the performance.

6. No More Tears

No More Tears is among Ozzy Osbourne most famous songs. It is from the artist's 1991 album of the same name.

According to the popular rock and metal magazine Consequence of Sound, this song represented both glam metal and prog rock. It peaked at #17 in Dutch Top 40.

Upon the release of the remastered version of "No More Tears," Osbourne stated that the song was about a serial killer.

It also became quite popular in Canada after doing business with 80,000 units and earning platinum certification.

7. Bark At The Moon

Bark at the Moon is from Ozzy Osbourne's album of the same name. According to UK Singles Chart, the song peaked at #12 in Billboard's Album Rock Tracks.

The songwriters credited with the track were Jake E. Lee, Osbourne, and Bob Daisely. It has frequently been voted as one of Ozzy's best songs.

It was also covered by the Punk metal band Strung Out and thrash metal band Shadows Fall in the 2009 to 2010 single list respectively. This track also appeared in the 2002 video game "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City."

8. Dreamer

Dreamer is an eccentric song by Ozzy Osbourne from his 2001 album, Down to Earth. According to the artist, it was his version of John Lennon's "Imagine."

Austria, Denmark, and Germany certified the song gold. It entered the charts of nearly 10 countries and peaked within the top 50 positions.

Likewise, this song also uses multiple musical instruments such as piano and violin. The meaning of the song refers to humanity destroying Earth.

9. Shot In The Dark

Shot in the Dark is from his 1986 album titled "The Ultimate Sin." It went peaked at the #20 position in UK Singles (OCC).

The track would then go on to become popular in Ireland and multiple other European countries.

Sadly, due to legal disputes, Ozzy was not able to capitalize on the commercial success of "Shot in the Dark."

10. Close My Eyes Forever

Close My Eyes Forever is a duet song by Lita Ford and Ozzy Osbourne from Lita's 1988 self-titled album. This song peaked at #8 on Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In an interview, the artists revealed that both Ford and Osbourne drank heavily and accidentally wrote the lyrics of the song. It is one of the highest-charting singles in Osbourne's solo music career.


I get so scared inside, and I don't really understand

Is it love that's on my mind, or is it fantasy?

11. Under The Graveyard

Under the Graveyard is a heavy metal power ballad. It features Gun N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Red Hot Chilli Peppers drummer Chad Smith.

This 2019 single is from his twelfth studio album "Ordinary Man" released in 2020. The 70-year-old metal singer was seriously ill when he released this song.

Osbourne is going through Parkinson's disease which has inhibited his certain neurological functions. Still, the artist performs and entertains the heavy metal fan audience throughout the world.

12. Ordinary Man

Ordinary Man from the album of the same title is one of Ozzy Osbourne crazy songs. Released in 2020, it also features Elton John.

It won the Best British Single from Planet Rock Award in 2021. Also, the song peaked at the #4 position in US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs.

"Ordinary Man" lyrics go like this:

I was unprepared to fame

Then everybody knew my name

No more lonely nights, it's all for you

13. Patient Number 9

Patient Number 9 is the 13th studio album released by Ozzy Osbourne from Epic Records. It won Best Rock Album at Grammy Awards in its 65th season.

This song has admirable praise from both critics and audiences due to its unique premise. Ozzy performed this song in the halftime of the Los Angeles Rams NFL game against the Buffalo Bills.

Other Grammy nominations received by this song are Best Rock Album, Best Rock Song, Best Rock Performance, and Best Metal Performance.

14. Goodbye To Romance

Goodbye to Romance is from the album "Blizzard of Ozz" released in 1980. He said that this song was saying farewell to his former band Black Sabbath.

This was the top setlist track during his 1981 tour of "Diary of a Madman." This song has complicated chords and multiple progressions with a nuanced style of melancholic sound.

It is one of the best sad love songs which also used a synthesized trumpet sound that brings out the nostalgic and melancholic flavor of the music.

15. One of Those Days

One Of Those Days is a song featuring one of the greatest guitarists Eric Clapton. It is a beautiful track from Osbourn's crazy album "Patient Number 9."

Moreover, the album debuted at the No. 1 position on Billboard's Hot Hard Rock Songs charts. It is a popular track from Osbourne's album.

The lyrics go like this:

Disarray and burning nations

Dancing in the smoke

Getting high on suffocation

Better not to know, yeah

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