He's just a loner.
He never says hello.
A friend to no one.
He's got no place to go.
He don't look happy.
He look through furtive eyes.
He aint got nothing.
No one to sympathize.
He hides himself away.
His secrets not revealed.
As life just passes by he keeps himself concealed.
A solitary man.
An enigmatic child.
A riddle never solved.
A prisoner exiled.
I wonder if the loner can assimilate.
A life less lived alone plays devil's advocate.
Has he ever tried to be happy?
Reached out from inside.
Someone on who he can depend.
It's getting to late to recover.
He won't stand a chance and into his own hell he'll descend.
No understanding of things we already know.
He has to live his life and just learn how to let go.
Communication's an impossibility.
His own best friend but he's his own worst enemy.
The secrets of his past locked deep inside his head.
I wonder if he will be happy when he's dead.
Writer(s): Terence Butler, Terrence Butler
Copyright: BMG Rights Management (Uk) Limited, BMG Rights Management (Uk) Ltd.
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Mayhaps too much Nietzsche on the brain from predecessor “God is Dead?” as Ozzy leads the almost original Sabbath statesmen on another philosophical trip, this time about a loner. Near jam-worthy as “Aqualung,” but for the headbanger set – a cautionary from rockers not ready for twilight years.
|1||End of the Beginning|
|2||God is Dead?|
|5||Age of Reason|
|10||Peace of Mind|
|12||Naïveté in Black|
|13||Dirty Women (Live in Australia 2013)|
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|Black Sabbath - 13 Album Lyrics|
|1.||End of the Beginning|
|2.||God is Dead?|
|5.||Age of Reason|
|10.||Peace of Mind|
|12.||Naïveté in Black|
|13.||Dirty Women (Live in Australia 2013)|
|1||Dirty Women (Live in Australia 2013)|
|2||Naïveté in Black|
|4||Peace of Mind|