This Beatles Song ‘Sucked’ Ozzy Osbourne In, He Says.

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This Beatles Song ‘Sucked’ Ozzy Osbourne In, He Says.

If we had to mention every famous or not-so-famous individual who was influenced by The Beatles at some point, we’d be here forever.

They’re one of the world’s most influential bands.

However, The Beatles have an unlikely fan in Ozzy Osbourne, the Prince of Darkness himself, who may be the president of their fan club. Although it’s difficult to imagine Osbourne sitting down and listening to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, it did happen.

Ozzy Osbourne was pulled in by this Beatles song.

Ozzy had no prospects growing up in Birmingham, England, in the 1950s and 1960s. Either he’d spend the rest of his life in prison or at the factories.

That is, until he heard The Beatles for the first time on the radio.

What was it about that music that “sucked” him in? “She Loves You,” a Beatles single. Rolling Stone published Osbourne’s top ten favorite Beatles songs, with “She Loves You” at the top. “It was this one that drew me in.” With this blue transistor radio, I was a 14-year-old youngster. I was completely taken aback when I first heard ‘She Loves You.’ It was as if you were well-versed in all of the world’s hues.

Then someone shows you a completely new hue, and you think to yourself, ‘F**king hell, guy.'”

“I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “I Am the Walrus,” “A Day in the Life,” “Hey Jude,” “Help!” “Eleanor Rigby,” “Something,” “Strawberry Fields Forever,” and “The Long and Winding Road” are among Osbourne’s other hits.

Wes Anderson was prevented from using this Beatles song in ‘The Royal Tenenbaums’ by George Harrison.

After hearing ‘She Loves You,’ Ozzy Osbourne felt hopeful.

The Beatles, according to Osbourne, were instrumental in saving his life.

Osbourne’s life was in a rut before hearing their songs. He was in the middle of nowhere, man.

However, hearing “She Loves You” inspired him to pursue a career as a musician.

He felt optimism for the future all of a sudden.

In an interview from the 1980s, he described them as his “key” and “way out.” Soon after, Osbourne began performing blues at a variety of Birmingham bars, not distant from Liverpool, the Beatles’ hometown.

Osbourne told Rolling Stone, “I feel so honored to have been on this planet when the Beatles were born.” “They are and always will be the finest band on the planet.” I recall speaking with Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones. ‘I didn’t like the Beatles,’ he admitted. ‘There’s something f**king wrong with you,’ I said. Brinkwire Entertainment has some Paul McCartney news.

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