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your head. Controversy edit, on January 12, 1986, a lawsuit against Osbourne was filed by the parents of John McCollum, a depressed teenager who committed suicide allegedly after listening to this song. Hell on this earth, now you live inside a bottle. Dont you know what its really about. The plaintiffs, however, failed to prove that Osbourne had any responsibility for the teenager's death. Breaking laws, knocking doors, but there's no one at home. 2, a live version of the song from Osbourne's 1987 album.
Made your bed, rest your head. Contents, overview edit, osbourne said in 1991 that the song was cognitive Therapy about the alcohol-related death. Suicide solution, wine is fine but whiskey's quicker. Get the gun and shoot!" 3, lyricist Daisley and Osbourne himself both claimed that the line actually says, "Get the flaps out." "Flaps they insisted, was an English vulgar slang term for female genitalia. But you lie there and moan. Cold, alone you hang in ruins. Then it floods away tomorrows. It's catching you, but you don't see. The plaintiffs's attorneys alleged that a line in the song stated, "Why try? It's catching you but you don't see.