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Oh Donna Chords

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Oh, Donna:Ritchie Valens.
#2 in 1958.

INTRO:
F#         B   C#     F#         B   C#
Oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna...

#1.
F#      D#m   B         C#
I had a girl, Donna was her name.
F#        D#m           B              C#
Since she left me, I've never been the same.
        F#      F#7   B      C#            F#
Cause I love my girl..Donna, where can you be?
B             C#
Where can you be?

#2.
F#              D#m       B        C#
Now that you're gone, I'm left all alone.
F#       D#m      B          C#
All by myself, to wander and roam.
        F#      D#m   B      C#            F#
Cause I love my girl, Donna, where can you be? 
B             F# F#7
Where can you be?

CHORUS:
F#7   B                        B7
Well, darlin, now that your're gone,
        F#    B         F#  F#7 
I don't know, what I'll do.
B       B7               C#       C#7
All the time, and all my love for you-o-o.

#3.
F#      D#m   B             C#
I had a girl, Donna was her name.
F#        D#m           B              C#
Since she left me, I've never been the same.
C#    F#      D#m   B      C#            F#
But I love my girl..Donna, where can you be?
B             C#
Where can you be?

OUTRO:
F#         B   C#     F#         B   C#  F#
Oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna..oh, Donna...


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
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CinjinCain wrote on March 30 2012, 11:05 pm

G7?!?!

4th Fret is with the original version?!!?

It's not the worst tab I've seen but it needs a LOT of help.

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Kraziekhat wrote on May 17 2012, 04:03 am

It's been "corrected." KK.

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gtrpickr wrote on May 19 2014, 11:39 am

This is NOT a 4 chord song. There are no minors just straight 3 chords. It sounds like there should be, but it is a simple 3 chord tune.
Play it on youtube and you'll notice it does not change to a minor. Trick is listen.

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