James White (born February 8, 1934), known professionally as Jim Mundy, is an American country music singer. Between 1973 and 1976, he recorded for ABC Records and charted within the Top 40 of the Hot Country Songs charts. Mundy also recorded commercial jingles for Pillsbury, Union 76, Coca-Cola and Miller Brewing Company. Two of his songs, "The River's Too Wide" and "Come Home", received awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers in 1974. Singles: Year Single Chart Positions US Country CAN Country 1973 "The River's Too Wide" 13 9 1974 "Come Home" 49 -- "She's No Ordinary Woman (Ordinarily)" 71 -- 1975 "She's Already Gone" 37 24 "Blue Eyes and Waltzes" 81 -- 1976 "I'm Knee Deep in loving You" 86 -- "I Never Met a Girl I Didn't Like" 94 -- 1977 "Summertime Blues" 70 -- 1978 "If You Think I Love You Now" (with Terri Melton) 76 -- 1979 "Kiss You All Over" (with Terri Melton) 87 --

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