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"Flying High Again" is a song by British heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, from his 1981 album Diary of a Madman. Released as a single, it reached number two on the Billboard Top Tracks chart in 1982. Although the song has been assumed to be about cannabis use, Osbourne has stated that the song was inspired by his successful re-emergence as a solo artist after being fired from Black Sabbath and subsequently believing his career was over.The song is in the key of Ab minor.

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  • "Flying High Again" is a song by British heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, from his 1981 album Diary of a Madman. Released as a single, it reached number two on the Billboard Top Tracks chart in 1982. Although the song has been assumed to be about cannabis use, Osbourne has stated that the song was inspired by his successful re-emergence as a solo artist after being fired from Black Sabbath and subsequently believing his career was over.The song is in the key of Ab minor.
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  • "Flying High Again" is a song by British heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, from his 1981 album Diary of a Madman. Released as a single, it reached number two on the Billboard Top Tracks chart in 1982. Although the song has been assumed to be about cannabis use, Osbourne has stated that the song was inspired by his successful re-emergence as a solo artist after being fired from Black Sabbath and subsequently believing his career was over.The song is in the key of Ab minor.
  • "Flying High Again" is a song by British heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, from his 1981 album Diary of a Madman. Released as a single, it reached number two on the Billboard Top Tracks chart in 1982. Although the song has been assumed to be about cannabis use, Osbourne has stated that the song was inspired by his successful re-emergence as a solo artist after being fired from Black Sabbath and subsequently believing his career was over.The song is in the key of Ab minor. Gina Boldman of Allmusic praised Randy Rhoads's guitar solo in the song as one of his best. She called "Flying High Again" " a good-time heavy metal song that was hard to take seriously" but "one of Ozzy's most likable and memorable songs of his early-'80s period." In 2015, radio station 100.7 WZLX ranked it the 223rd greatest song.
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