You can watch the song on the CBBC website and sing along with the lyrics below.
Raging against the Romans, Celtic Queen Boudica sets of the destroy the Romans, taking back London, St. Albans and Colchester, starting a war against them-but did she intend too?
Song from Series 6 Episode 9. Guest-Star.
Fine wine, designer Roman goods,
I, owned a fancy stash.
But when my husband died, the Romans cried,
Let’s take his cash.
Like a baby, I had a little cry
At this terrible stage.
But before too long, I had turned this song
Into, a violent rage!
And so I had to wreck ’em all!
Tear down every Roman wall.
Unleased all my fury on,
Every Roman Centurion.
I led a Celtic army, and we smashed
The Roman crew.
Took London, St. Albans, Camulodunum-
That’s Colchester to you.
Rather than end up dead, Romans turned and fled,
From our uprising.
Their soldier took flight, cowards found our fight,
And so I had to wreck ’em all,
Took no prisoners at all.
Burned those cowards down to the ground,
Killed every Roman I found.
I never meant to start a war-
Actually that’s not so.
Just wanted every Roman to pack up
Their villa and go!
So Roman Britain starts to fall!
Shame I hadn’t reckoned all,
These legions would arrive from Rome,
And we’re fighting them for our homes.
Won’t stop till I deck ’em all,
Every soldier, every General.
My plan was just to go berserk,
And wrecking seems to work, to work, to work.
to work, to work, to work.