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Oh Donna
Ritchie Valens "Oh Donna"

[Intro]
F               Bb    C    F         Bb   C    
Oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna...

[Verse 1]
F            Bb         C
I had a girl, Donna was her name.
F                     Bb              C
Since she left me, I've never been the same.
        F      F7   Bb       C            F  
Cause I love my girl..Donna, where can you be?
Bb             C
Where can you be?

[Verse 2]
F      Dm            Bb         C
Now that you're gone, I'm left all alone.
F        Dm           Bb    C
All by myself, to wander and roam.
       F      Dm    Bb      C             F   Bb        F     F7
Cause I love my girl, Donna, where can you be? , Where can you be?

[Bridge]
      Bb                        Bb7
Well, darlin, now that you're gone,
        F    Bb         F  F7 
I don't know, what I'll do.
Bb                     Bb7     C      C7  
All the time, and all my love for you-o-o.

[Verse 3]
F      Dm   Bb         C
I had a girl, Donna was her name.
F        Dm           Bb              C
Since she left me, I've never been the same.
        F      F7     Bb      C         F  
Cause I love my girl..Donna, where can you be?
Bb             C
Where can you be?  

[Outro]
F               Bb   C    F         Bb   C    
Oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna...   
 
 
 
Ritchie Valens - Oh Donna :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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About the artist behind Oh Donna:

Ritchie Valens (Richard Steven Valenzuela; May 13, 1941 – February 3, 1959) was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist.

A rock and roll pioneer and a forefather of the Chicano rock movement, Valens' professional career lasted only eight months. During this time, however, he scored several hits, most notably "La Bamba", was a Chicano rock song that became a hit,[1][2] making Valens a pioneer of the Spanish-speaking rock and roll movement.

On February 3, 1959, on what has become known as The Day the Music Died, Valens was killed in a small-plane crash in Iowa, a tragedy that also claimed the lives of fellow musicians Buddy Holly and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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