Capo on 1st A Dm A Tonight is her night, and the city holds its breath, Dm A Dm A Caught twixt life and death, as she rolls in from the suburbs, F The garrison flees and the city will burn. (chorus) F# E Dsus2 Corinna rides like Boadicea tonight. F# E Dsus2 London town trembles at the sight. A Because tonight is her night. Dm A Dm A And the youth course through the streets to lay down at her feet, Dm A F And she runs a regal eye to choose who lives and decide who dies. F G Am C She keeps her counsel, smiles when she speaks now, from ear to ear. F G Am E She's getting married, or so they tell me, when the spring is here. C E F# Am She hums a tune from a song she knows from warm summers past, C E F# Am A song that was sung by kids around campfires in the quiet southwest.