The music of [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Ozzy Osbourne[/lastfm] saved a young boy’s life and guided him to safety.

That is the first, and possibly last, time you will ever hear that phrase, but it certainly is true. The San Bernardino County sheriff’s office in California helped find a lost eight-year-old autistic boy by playing one of his favorite songs, “No More Tears.”

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Rolling Stone reports that Joshua Robb was found over twenty-four hours after disappearing from his elementary school at around 11am Monday morning. To lure the severely autistic boy out of the woods the rescue team blared his two favorite songs; Ozzy Osbourne’s “No More Tears” and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Alan Jackson[/lastfm]’s “Good Time.”

Once he was found, Joshua surprised everyone by saying, “Thank you, you saved me.” The boy was airlifted to a hospital and, despite his ordeal, is said to be fine.

KTLA is Los Angeles reports the parents of Joshua Robb are currently facing child abuse charges for allegedly tying him up with a rope in their home, but have been granted visitation rights and must take parenting classes. They are due back in court September 26th.

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