Fennario

Appalachian folk song

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FENNARIO
Appalachian folk song
Joan Baez
Key: F

6  7     7     -6  6   6  -6 7  6 
As we marched down to Fen-na-ri-o,
7  8     9      9  9  -8  8  9  9
As we marched down to Fen-na-ri-o,
9   -10  -10  9    9   8
Our cap-tain fell in love 
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with a la-dy like a dove.
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They call her by name pret-ty Peg-gy-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.
Destroying all the ladies in the are-o.

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