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AlbertaRose Salutes Our Military Men & Women!
Thank YOU! and GodSpeed to Victory!
Never Forget Their Sacrifices!

Distant Drums (#1 in the UK, 1966) Don't Ask Me Why Page 2
Don't Let Me Cross Over Drinking Tequila Each Time You Leave
Four Walls (#1 for eight weeks, 1957)   Give Me One Dozen Roses
Good Morning Self   Guilty
Have I Told You Lately   Have You Ever Been Lonely with Patsy Cline
He'll Have To Go (#2 in 1960)   Hillbilly Waltz
How Can I Write On Paper   I Can't Fly
I'd Fight The World   If You Love Me Don't Leave Me
I Guess I'm Crazy (#1 for seven weeks, 1964)   I'll Fly Away
I Love You Because   I'm Getting Better
I Missed Me   I Never Pass There Any More
Just Out Of Reach FOR MORE Jim Reeves Just Walking In The Rain
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About Jim Reeves (1923-1964)

Jim Reeves - Greatest Hits [2001]

12 Songs of Christmas

The Essential Jim Reeves

We Thank Thee

All Time Gospel Favorites: The Encore Collection

Moonlight and Roses/Jim Reeves Way

Christmas Songbook

He'll Have to Go/Tall Tales and Short Tempers

International Jim Reeves/Good N Country

Some of the songs he made famous were:

  • "Mexican Joe" (number one, 1953),
  • "Bimbo" (1953),
  • "Yonder Comes a Sucker"
  • "Four Walls" (number one for eight weeks, 1957),
  • "Anna Marie" (1958)
  • "A Fool Such as I"
  • "I Love You Because"
  • "I Won't Forget You"
  • "Adios Amigo" (number two, 1962),
  • "Blue Boy" (number two, 1958),
  • "Billy Bayou" (number one for five weeks, 1959),
  • "Home"
  • "If Heartache is the Fashion"
  • "Partners"
  • "Am I Losing You"
  • "Moonlight and Roses"
  • "Is This Me"
  • "I Missed Me"
  • "Blue Side of Lonesome"
  • "Welcome to My World" (number two, 1964),
  • "Guilty"
  • "I Guess I'm Crazy" (number one for seven weeks, 1964).
  • "This is It" (1965),
  • "Distant Drums" (1966).

He scored his greatest hit with "He'll Have to Go" (number one for 14 weeks, 1960), which earned him a gold record.

Even 40 years after his death, he is still quite famous.


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