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Jimbo Jenkins
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Jimbo Jenkins lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song co-written and recorded by Jim Reeves.

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Jimbo Jenkins
Recorded by Jim Reeves
Written by Jim Reeves and Bobby Garrett

G
There's a funny little man in my hometown
C G
His age is ninety three

He's a cute little man with a funny little grin
A7 D7
You'll love him yes siree

G
He'll tell you tales of Buffalo Bill
C G
And things that they have done

This funny little man in my hometown
D7 G
Is loved by everyone

C
Jimbo Jenkins is his name
G
You'll find him in the Hall of Fame
C
The Hall of Fame's his favorite chair
A7 D7
Sitting on the courthouse square

G
Children gather all around
C G
From miles and miles they come

To listen to this fine little man
D7 G
Who's loved by everyone


He'll tell you tales of Custer
C G
And the battles they have won

And he can prove the story's true
A7 D7
By the notches on his gun

G
Little cowboys injuns too
C G
Think he's the grandest thing

The way he tells his stories
D7 G
You can hear the bullets zing

Repeat #3

G
Jesse James and Robin Hood
C G
Ain't got a thing on him

Cause he did more in three weeks time
D7 G
Than either one of them


Someday I know there'll be a statue
C G
On the courthouse square

There will be old Jimbo Jenkins
A7 D7
In his favorite chair

G
He'll go down in history
C G
That is plain to see

For all his tales of yesterday
D7 G
So famous he will be

Repeat #3

G
Little cowboys injuns too
C G
Think he's the grandest thing

The way he tells his stories
D7 G
They can hear the bullets zing

Repeat #3

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