Last Guardian of Rome
 
You play with nations, as kids play with toys,
Atilla said to Aetius.
But by this point, a fading empire,
long dead Caesar and Octavius.

They were great builders,
aqueducts, forums, roads and amphitheaters;
The world's first great civilization,
the 1st arenas; 65,000 seaters !

Chorus:
The last guardian of Rome,
his name is Aetius !
Savior of the West,
this is what he means to us !

Then the Huns came; they were destroyers;
they brought nothing but fear.
Sacking town after town and then leaving,
Rome thought the end was near !

Always able, to discover,
a great general in its ranks.
To avert, a coming contastrophe,
and defend the Tiber's banks.

Chorus/Solo

Climax:
Not strong enough, all on its own,
an alliance with the Goths was made.
And at Chalon, in 451,
the price of freedom, in blood, was paid !

Chorus