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Ozzy Osbourne just released the music video for “Ordinary Man,” the title track from his latest album, and the clip will likely have some fans reaching for tissues and wondering who is cutting onions right now.

Directed by Stephen Lee Carr, the video consists of Ozzy sitting before a projection screen looking at photos and film from his life and career, including early childhood photos and great photos from his time with Black Sabbath in the 1970s. The Prince of Darkness gets visibly emotional when he’s shown photos and video of himself with late guitarist Randy Rhoads.

The song itself, of course, features both vocals and piano by Elton John, who was one of many guests on Ordinary Man including Slash, Tom Morello, Duff McKagan, Chad Smith and Post Malone.

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