Fennario (Baez Joan)

C Am F C As we marched down to Fennario, C Em Am Em As we marched down to Fennario, F Em C Am Our captain fell in love with a lady like a dove. F C They call her by name pretty Peggy-o. What will your mother think pretty Peggy-o? What will your mother think pretty Peggy-o? What will your mother think when she hears the guineas clink, The soldiers all marchin' before you-o? In a carriage you will ride, pretty Peggy-o. In a carriage you will ride, pretty Peggy-o. In a carriage you will ride with your true love by your side, As fair as any maiden in the are-o. Come skippin' down the stair, pretty Peggy-o. Come skippin' down the stair, pretty Peggy-o. Come skippin' down the stair combin' back your yellow hair, And bid farewell to sweet William-o. Sweet William is dead, pretty Peggy-o. Sweet William is dead, pretty Peggy-o. Sweet William is dead, and he died for a maid, The fairest maid in the are-o. If ever I return, pretty Peggy-o. If ever I return, pretty Peggy-o. If ever I return all your cities I will burn, Destroying all the ladies in the are-o. F C Destroying all the ladies in the are-o.