Donne, tu-du-du
In cerca di guai
Donne a un telefono che non suona mai
Donne, tu-du-du
In mezzo a una via
Donne allo sbando senza compagnia
Negli occhi hanno dei consigli
E tanta voglia di avventure
E se hanno fatto molti sbagli
Sono piene di paure
Le vedi camminare insieme
Nella pioggia o sotto il sole
Dentro pomeriggi opachi
Senza gioia né dolore

Donne, tu-du-du
Pianeti dispersi
Per tutti gli uomini così diversi
Donne, tu-du-du
Amiche di sempre
Donne alla moda, donne contro corrente

Negli occhi hanno gli aeroplani
Per volare ad alta quota
Dove si respira l'aria
E la vita non è vuota

Le vedi camminare insieme
Nella pioggia o sotto il sole
Dentro pomeriggi opachi
Senza gioia ne dolore

Donne (oh no)
Donne
Donne, tu-du-du
In cerca di guai
Donne a un telefono che non suona mai

Donne, tu-du-du

In mezzo a una via
Donne allo sbando senza compagnia

Donne
Du du


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Donne Lyrics as written by Alberto Salerno Adelmo Fornaciari

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