"I Cross the Rubicon" as written by Alexander Bengt Magnus Bard, Anders Wilhelm Wollbeck and Jean-pierre Michel Barda....
Hi louis hi
I've got this itch all over
Oh yeah where
I've got an itchin'
In my heart aha
I've got an itchin'
In my head oh yeah
I've got an itchin'
On my back oh sure
All over itchin'
Sure all over

I've got to claim the power
I've got to claim the power
I've got to claim the power
Claim it from the highest tower

I cross the rubicon
In thunderstorm
I cross the rubicon
My empire born
I cross the rubicon
In thunderstorm
I cross the rubicon
My empire born

Ludvig what's on
Louis the lower you go
The better I feel
Ludvig the lower I go
The better you feel
Yeah louis the lower you go
The better we both feel
Sure and I'm stuck

I've got to claim the power
I've got to claim the power
I've got to claim the power
Claim it from the highest tower

I cross the rubicon
In thunderstorm
I cross the rubicon
My empire born
I cross the rubicon
In thunderstorm
I cross the rubicon
My empire born

Louis we've got a lot of rivers
To cross in our lives
Oh yeah lots of rivers
And once you crossed the river
There's no way back
Oh sure no return
You're in serious business
Oh yeah you're at the point
Of no return man

I've got to claim the power
I've got to claim the power
I've got to claim the power
Claim it from the highest tower

I cross the rubicon
In thunderstorm
I cross the rubicon
My empire born
I cross the rubicon
In thunderstorm
I cross the rubicon
My empire born



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"I Cross the Rubicon" as written by Anders Wilhelm Wollbeck Alexander Bengt Magnus Bard

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