Donna, Donna
Sholom Secunda, 1965

On a wagon bound for market,

there's a calf with a moumful eye,

high above him there's a swallow

winging swiftly through the sky.

How the winds are laughing,

they laugh with all their might,

laugh and laugh the whole day through,

and half the summer' s night.

Donna, donna, donna, donna.

Donna, donna, donna, don.


Donna, donna, donna, don.

"Stop complaining," said the farmer,

"Who told you a calf to be,

why don't you have wings to fly with,

like the swallow so proud and free?"

How the winds ...

Calves are easily bound and slaughtered,

never knowing the reason why,

but whoever treasures freedom,

like the swallow has learned to fly.

How the winds ...

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