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Oh Donna - Ritchie Valens

Oh Donna

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Ritchie Valens (born Richard Steven Valenzuela; on 13 May 1941 in Pacoima, California, USA – February 3, 1959) was a Mexican American singer, songwriter and guitarist. A Rock and Roll pioneer and a forefather of the Chicano rock movement, Valens' recording career lasted only eight months. During this time, however, he scored several hits, most notably "La Bamba", which was originally a Mexican folk song that Valens transformed with a rock rhythm and beat that became a hit in 1958 Show more ...

Oh Donna - Ritchie Valens

Donna Trk 4 Disc 1 2: 28
Ritchie Valens
(are. Valens)
Delfi 4110 flip side (B) (Pop Chart #2 Nov 24, 1958+)
Recorded: Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, ca June 1958
Sessions by Bob Keane and Rene Hall
Richie - vocal, lead & solo guitar, Rene Hall - Danelectro
Poss. Irving Asley - rhythm guitar overdub, Buddy Clark - standup bass
Earl Palmer - drums.

Ooh, Donna, ooh, Donna
Ooh, Donna, ooh, Donna

I had a girl, Donna was her name
Since she left me
I've never been the same
'Cause I love my girl, Donna
Where can you be?
Where can you be?

Now that you're gone
I'm left all alone
All by myself, to wander and roam
'Cause I love my girl
Donna, where can you be?
Where can you be?

Well, darlin', now that you're gone
I don't know what I'll do
Ooh, 'cause I've had all my love
For-or you-ooo-ooo-ooo, ooo-woo-mmm

I had a girl, Donna was her name
Since she left me
I've never been the same
'Cause I love my girl,
Donna, where can you be?
Where can you be?

Ooh, Donna, ooh, Donna
Ooh, Donna, ooh, Donna

Fades-

Ooh.

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