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It was recorded in 1953 by Jim Reeves on Abbott 148. The song was later included in the 1965 album Up Through the Years on RCA Victor. Reeves' version became his second No. 1 song on the Billboard magazine country chart in January 1954, and helped pave the way to his eventual superstardom.

Bimbo/Jim Reeves, 2012. Bimbo/Jim Reeves, 2012.

Jim Reeves) - EP Adios Amigo - Single Kimberley Jim 20 Songs of Inspiration Bimbo Mexican Joe - Single Gentleman Jim Blue Christmas (Remastered) - Single C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S (Remastered) - Single Jingle Bells (Remastered) - Single Mary's Little Boy Child (Remastered) - Single O Little Town of Bethlehem (Remastered) - Single Oh Come All Ye Faithful (Remastered) . Initial success in the 1950s. Jim Reeves was a country music singer who had success early on in his career with hits such as "I Love You" (a duet with Ginny Wright), "Mexican Joe", and "Bimbo" which reached Number 1 on the . Country Charts in 1954. In addition to those early hits, Reeves recorded many other songs for Fabor Records and Abbott Records

James Travis "Jim" Reeves (August 20, 1923 – July 31, 1964) was an American country and popular music singer-songwriter. With records charting from the 1950s to the 1980s, he became well known as a practitioner of the Nashville sound (a mixture of older country-style music with elements of popular music). Reeves scored his greatest success with the Joe Allison composition "He'll Have to Go". Known as "Gentleman Jim", his songs continued to chart for years after his death. Reeves died at age 40 in the crash of a private airplane.

Album Blue Side of Lonesome. Bimbo, Bimbo, where ya gonna go-e-o Bimbo, Bimbo, whatcha gonna do-e-o Bimbo, Bimbo, does your mommy know That you're goin' down the road to see a little girleo. Bimbo is a little boy who's got a million friends And every time he passes by, they all invite him in He'll clap his hands and sing and dance, and talk his baby talk With a hole in his pants and his knees a-stickin' out He's just big enough to walk. Bimbo, Bimbo, candy on your face-e-o Bimbo, Bimbo, chewin' on your gum-e-o Bimbo, Bimbo, when you gonna grow Everybody loves you, little baby Bimbo. You never catch him sittin' still, he's just the rovin' kind Altho' he's just a little boy, he's got a grown-up mind He's always got a shaggy dog a-pullin' at his clothes And everybody calls to him as down the street he goes. Bimbo, Bimbo, where ya gonna go-e-o Bimbo, Bimbo, whatcha gonna do-e-o Bimbo, Bimbo, does your mommy know That you're goin' down the road to see a little girl-e-o


1 Beatin' On A Ding Dong
2 Bimbo
3 Butterfly Love
4 Drinking Tequila
5 Echo Bonita
6 El Rancho Del Rio
7 I Could Cry
8 If You Love Me Don't Leave Me
9 I'll Follow You
10 It's Hard To Love Just One
11 Just Call Me Lonesome
12 Mexican Joe
13 My Rambling Heart
14 Padre Of Old San Antone
15 Shall We Gathet At The River
16 The Wilder Your Heart Beats The Sweeter You Love
17 Then I'll Stop Loving You
18 Wagon Load Of Love
19 What Were You Doing Last Night
20 here Does A Broken Heart Go

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