Ozzy Osbourne and his daughter Kelly are making a joint bid for the Christmas Number One, according to the BBC.The pair are to release a duet, "Changes", on December 8 hoping to cash in on the seasonal market. The original version of "Changes" appeared on "Black Sabbath Vol. 4", released in 1972, but the words have been rewritten to reflect the relationship between a father and daughter as they grow older. The new version of the song is included on the reissued edition of Kelly Osbourne's 2002 debut, "Shut Up", which was made available through Sanctuary Records late last month. A video for the track was recently shot at a Los Angeles studio.
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