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Browns - The Three Bells (Little Jimmy Brown) - 1959 Lyrics

There's a village hidden deep in the valley
Among the pine trees half forlorn
And there on a sunny morning
Little Jimmy Brown was born
All the chapel bells were ringing
In the little valley town
And the songs that they were singing
Were for baby Jimmy Brown
Then the little congregation
Prayed for guidance from above
Lead us not into temptation,
Bless this hour of meditation
Guide him with eternal love
There's a village hidden deep in the valley
Beneath the mountains high above
And there, twenty years thereafter
Jimmy was to meet his love
All the chapel bells were ringing,
Was a great day in his life
Cause the songs that they were singing
Were for Jimmy and his wife
Then the little congregation
Prayed for guidance from above
Lead us not into temptation,
Bless oh Lord this celebration
May their lives be filled with love
From the village hidden deep in the valley
One rainy morning dark and gray
A soul winged its way to heaven
Jimmy Brown had passed away
Just a lonely bell was ringing
In the little valley town
Twas farewell that it was singing
To our good old Jimmy Brown
And the little congregation
Prayed for guidance from above
Lead us not into temptation,
May his soul find the salvation
Of thy great eternal love"

Browns - The Three Bells (Little Jimmy Brown) - 1959

Browns - The Three Bells (Little Jimmy Brown) - 1959

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"The Three Bells", also known as "Jimmy Brown" or "Little Jimmy Brown", is a song made popular by The Browns in 1959. The single reached number one on the U.S. country and pop charts, outperforming a competing version by Dick Flood. The version by The Browns also hit number ten on the Hot R&B Sides chart. . It was based on the 1945 French song "Les trois cloches" by Jean Villard and Marc Herrand. The English lyrics were written by Bert Reisfeld and first recorded by Melody Maids in 1948. The song was a major 1952-53 hit by Edith Piaf and Les Compagnons de la Chanson.

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Jim Ed and Maxine were joined in 1955 by 18-year-old Bonnie, and The Browns began performing on Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport, Louisiana. By the end of 1955, the trio was appearing on KWTO-AM in Springfield, Missouri, and had another top ten hit with "Here Today and Gone Tomorrow", which got a boost by their national appearances on ABC-TV's Ozark Jubilee. They signed with RCA
Victor in 1956, and soon had two major hits, "I Take the Chance" and "I Heard the Bluebirds Sing". When Jim Ed was drafted in 1957, the group continued to record while he was on leave, and sister Norma filled in for him on tours. He was stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado.

In 1959, The Browns scored their biggest hit when their folk-pop single "The Three Bells" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop and country charts. The song also peaked at No. 10 on Billboard's Rhythm and Blues listing. The trio had moderate successes on the country music charts. In 1963, they joined the Grand Ole Opry and in 1967 the group disbanded.

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Browns - Coming Back To You - 1966 [2:20] - The Browns were an American country and folk music
Browns - Down In The Valley - 1968 [2:28] - Beginning in 1976, Brown released a string of major
Browns - Ground Hog - 1961 [2:14] - The Browns were an American country and folk music vocal trio
Browns - Here Today And Gone Tomorrow - 1955 [2:57] - The Browns were an American country and
Browns - I Heard The Bluebirds Sing - 1957 [2:41] - Maxine and Jim Ed Brown with a delightful
Browns - I Still Do - 1959 [2:37] - The Browns. - Bonnie Brown And Maxine & Jim Ed BrownThe
Browns - I'd Just Be Fool Enough - 1966 [2:43] - The Browns were an American country and folk
Browns - I'll Take The Chance - 1956 [2:42] - The Browns were an American country and folk music
Browns - Looking Back To See - 1954 [1:37] - The Browns were an American country and folk music
Browns - Old Lamplighter - 1960 [2:19] - Bonnie, Maxine and Jim Ed Brown reunited!The Old
Browns - Put On An Old Pair Of Shoes - 1959 [1:59] - The Browns were an American country and folk
Browns - Scarlet Ribbons - 1959 [2:39] - Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair) is a popular song.The
Browns - The Three Bells (Little Jimmy Brown) - 1959 [2:44] - The Three Bells, also known as
Browns - The Wayward Wind - 1967 [2:53] - Video: Performed by Gogi GrantBrown hosted the
Browns - Then I'll Stop Loving You - 1964 [2:17] - The Browns were an American country and folk
Browns - You Can't Grow Peaches On A Cherry Tree - 1964 [2:06] - The Browns were an American

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