OZZY's Version Of 'Take Me To The Ballgame' Posted Online

Ozzy Osbourne and wife Sharon's rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame", performed live (photo) during the seventh-inning stretch Sunday (August 17) at Wrigley Field in Chicago, has been posted online in streaming audio and video formats. Check it out: Real Audio, Real Video.

Chicago sportscaster Chip Caray: "All right, Chicago. Here comes Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne."

Ozzy: "All right, Chicago. I want to hear a real crazy crowd start singing. Are you ready? Are you ready? I can't hear you. Are you ready?

"One. Two. Three.

"Let's go out to the ballgame. Let's go out to the bluhhhhhn.

"Take me a ee-yan eeya (humming) the field.

"I don't care if I ahh-uhn ack.

"Da da da da duh da da da eam. Duh ee, da da da da dahhh.

"For a fee, two, three strikes you're out at the old ballgame. Yeahhhhhh."

Sharon: "Now let's get some runs."

Ozzy: "Yeah. Let's get some runs."

Near the end of the broadcast, WGN-Ch. 9 showed a replay of legendary Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Vin Scully giving the thumbs up after the Osbournes' rendition.

"If you get the seal of approval from Hall of Famer Vin Scully, you know you're doing OK," Caray said.


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