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Jim Reeves Lyrics

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Jim Reeves lyrics are special, or maybe it's his beautiful voice that makes them special. I don’t know of many artists that could deliver a song like Jim Reeves as his voice was so smooth and mellow. He is hard to duplicate when it comes to a beautiful love song such as "Am I Losing You". He has many great country classics that you will enjoy doing, just browse our Jim Reeves lyrics and chords , find some of your favorites and look for some you don’t know, it’s fun to learn new (old) songs.

RCA signed Jim to a recording contract in 1956 that started his short but lustrous career. He recorded a brief eleven years until his death in a 1964 plane crash. His music was so loved that it continued to chart into the 1980’s with several top 10 posthumous hits. Jim earned sixteen gold, silver and platinum albums in the 1960’s.

These country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

It’s not necessary to have a great voice or have great guitar skills to enjoy picking and singing. Most of us perform in the privacy of our homes so it doesn’t matter if we’re really good or really bad. I wasn’t blessed with vocal or picking skills, but that doesn’t stop me from enjoying it at home.  


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Jim Reeves Lyrics

Ichabot Crane

If Heartaches Is The Fashion

If You Love Me Don't Leave Me

If You Were Mine

In A Mansion Stands My Love

In The Blue Canadian Rockies

Is it Really Over

Is This Me

It's Hard To Love Just One

It Hurts So Much To See You Go

It's No Sin

It's Nothin To Me 

It's Only A Paper Moon

I'd Fight The World

I'd Like To Be

I'd Rather Have Jesus

I'd Rather Not Know

I'll Always Love You

I'll Follow You

I'll Tell The World I Love You

I'm a Fool to Care

I'm A Hit Again

I'm Alone Because I Love You

I'm Beginning to Forget You

I'm Getting Better

I'm Glad You're Better

I'm Gonna Change Everything

I'm Hurting Inside

I've Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can Stand

I've Got Just The Thing For You

I've Lived A Lot In My Time

I've Never Been So Blue

Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross

Jimbo Jenkins

Just Call Me Lonesome

Just Walking in the Rain

Kimberley Jim

Langauge Of Love

Let Me Love You Just A Little

Let Me Remember

Letter to My Heart


Little Old Dime

Little Ole You

Lonesome Waltz

Lonely Music

Look Who's Talking

Look Behind You

Losing Your Love

Love Me A Little Bit More

Make Me Wonderful In Her Eyes

Maria Elena



Mary's Little Boy Child

Mexicali Rose

Mexican Joe

Mighty Everglades

Missing Angel

Missing You

Mona Lisa

Moon River

Moonlight and Roses

Most of the Time

Mother Of A Honky Tonk Girl

Mother Went A Walking

My Cathedral

My Hands Are Clean

My Heart's Like A Welcome Mat

My Juanita

My Lips Are Sealed

My Mary

My Rambling Heart

Need Me

Never Take No For An Answer

Nickel Piece Of Candy

Nobody's Fool

No One To Cry To

Not Until the Next Time

Oh Gentle Shepherd

Oh How I Miss You Tonight

Oh What It Seemed To Be

Once Upon A Time

One Dozen Roses

One Little Rose


Padre Of Old San Antone


Penny Candy

Penny For Your Thoughts

Pickin' A Chicken

Please Leave My Darling Alone

Pride Goes Before A Fall

Put A Light In The Window

Railroad Bum

Read This Letter

Red Eyed And Rowdy

Right Words


Roger Young

Rosa Rio


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