"The Tiberius Cliff (Exile to Capri)" as written by and Maurizio Iacono....
26 A.D. exile to Capri, paranoia infects the mighty Tiberius
Assassins lurk throughout the glorious land, like Germanicus, dead by a poisoned tongue!

What is a king without a leash on his kingdom?
What is all power... without fear to feed it?

On to Capri to rule, bring forth desire of a god
Servants to please, my wilds dream....

I am Tiberius and you shall bring me your children,
you shall bring me your wives, you shall bring me everything...

My reign as a Julio Claudian, will be remembered as the greatest of them all
Statues will be erected in all corners of Rome!

"Watch closely little boots,
as I bathe in their blood and crush their dignity to nothing,
one day you will be the same, boy... oh what a sight it will be"

(dear Caligvla) Your father was a hero of Rome, I could not let him rise
One day you will understand and worship me as a god
My enemies will tremble, my wrath unmerciful
Aut vincere Aut mori

Caligvla!!... Rise with me... Rise, and all shall fall from the Tiberius cliff...


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