8 thoughts on “ Fennario

  1. May 14,  · Fennario is the fictitious name of a town in a folksong called Pretty Peggy-o. Some scholars believe the original town to be Fyvie in Scotland, .
  2. Fennario Lyrics: 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.
  3. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: gunpmansiotacongodt.tilnamistnebenonfwebnistgardturrela.co Fennario see Am F see As we marched down to Fennario, See Em Am Em As we marched down to Fennario, F Em see Am Our captain fell in love with a lady like a dove. F see They call her by name pretty Peggy-o. see Am F see What will your mother think pretty Peggy-o? See Em Am Em What will your mother think pretty Peggy-o?
  4. As we marched down to Fennario, As we marched down to Fennario, Our captain fell in love with a lady like a dove. 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?
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  7. "Fennario", then, was made up as a four syllable variation of "Fyvie-O". You say that the American source of "Peggy-O" is Cecil Sharp's ballad #95, "Pretty Peggy-O" and, yes, they are essentially the same song. But you also suggest that the Scottish source of the song is Child ballad #, usually called "The Trooper and the Maid".

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