Since we're feeling so bohemian, it's more than bread and wine again.
Well we're hardly vaudevillian.

Chorus
When in Rome, when in Rome, we'll do as the romans do.
To see the evening through.

Since we're feeling philosophical, every question's hypothetical,
inebriated and so sceptical.

Run around and scream and shout and people making funny sounds.

Tonight my name is caesar, i'm not wearing a crown,
Tonight i'll be your emperor and i'll burn this city down.

But I am not a hero, i'm not even a crook,
and you will never read about me in your history book.



Lyrics submitted by garethma

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