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Dion And The Belmonts - Donna The Prima Donna chords

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Donna The Prima Donna chords
Dion and The Belmonts

A
Donna, Donna the prima donna
F#m
Donna, Donna the prima donna
D
Donna, Donna the prima donna
E                            
Donna, Donna the prima donna

A
Donna, Donna the prima donna
         F#m           D
broke my heart, we're apart;       
             E
thinks she's smart.

A
I met a girl a month ago,
F#m
I thought that she would love me so.
D                       E
But in time I realized, she had a pair of roving eyes.
 
A
I remember the nights we dated,
F#m
always acting sophisticated
D
Talking about high society,
E
then she tried to make a fool out of me.

              A 
They call her Donna, Donna the prima donna
         F#m                     D
Broke my heart now, thinks she's smart;
       E
we're apart now.

D                   Dm
Pretty little girl, you're just having fun
A                             A7
You're running all around and breaking lover's hearts.
D                     Dm
Pretty little girl, I don't stand a chance
    E7                   E
Without any money, there goes our romance.

A
She always wears charms, diamonds, pearls galore,
F#m
she buys them at the five and ten cents store.
D
She wants to be just like Zsa Zsa Gabor,
E
even though she's the girl next door.

              A 
They call her Donna, Donna the prima donna
         F#m                     D
Broke my heart now, thinks she's smart;
       E
we're apart now.

D                   Dm
Pretty little girl, you're just having fun
A                             A7
You're running all around and breaking lover's hearts.
D                     Dm
Pretty little girl, I don't stand a chance
    E7                   E
Without any money, there goes our romance.

A
She always wears charms, diamonds, pearls galore,
F#m
she buys them at the five and ten cents store.
D
She wants to be just like Zsa Zsa Gabor,
E
even though she's the Donna next door.

   A
Wo oh 
   F#m
Wo oh
   D
Wo oh
   E
Wo oh

   A
Oh yeh 
   F#m
Wo oh
   D
Wo oh
   E
Wo oh


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