A Women's Choir Got Ozzy Teary-Eyed With Their Cover Of "Changes"

July 19, 2018

In a clip from an upcoming episode of Ozzy & Jack's World Tour on A&E, we get to see a rare glimpse into the Prince of Darkness's sensitive side.

Seated in a small church, Ozzy, and his children Jack and Kelly are treated to a special, front-row performance by the St. Louis Women's choir with their touching cover of Black Sabbath's 1972 song, "Changes."

 "That song stands for so much in our family," says Kelly, "It was not only both of our first No. 1's in the U.K., it represented a time in my life and a time in dad's life and it represents our relationship and how much we love each other."

"I was trying to hold back the tears," adds Ozzy. "It was very emotional, beautiful, it was like a room full of angels."

Check out the St. Louis women's choir powerful performance in the clip below: