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Caesar the Colosseum Cat

1998 Mick Cusimano

Gladiators clashed on the arena floor
No matter how bloody the crowd cried out for more.
Bread & circus kept the public entertained
But there are no more tigers and bears, or wild boar
No more hungry lions to let out a roar
All that's left now is:

Caesar the Colloseum Cat
Caesar the Colloseum Cat
He doesn't eat Christians just crumbs from your hat
He's Caesar the Colloseum Cat

Chariots once thundered on the arena floor
The rigs were splendid wood and gold.
The red team was favored 3-1
But the green team came from
behind and won.
The winner received
A laurel crown.
But all that's left is:

Caesar the Colloseum Cat
Caesar the Colloseum Cat
He doesn't eat Christians just crumbs from your hat
He's Caesar the Colloseum Cat

The empire stretched from Cleopatra's barge to
Hadrian's Wall. But in a matter of time it all had to fall.
Nero fiddled while Rome did burn
But the public's wrath he did not discern.
Nero's long gone and in the Imperial box seat sits:

Caesar the Colloseum Cat
Caesar the Colloseum Cat
He doesn't eat Christians just crumbs from your hat
He's Caesar the Colloseum Cat

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