This is the most I've been able to find about the song "Keemo-Kimo" and its origins. The chorus of the 1854 version comes closest to the version by the King Cole Trio. The trio put out an album of 78 rpm records for children in I'm not sure what year. Keemo-Kimo is the song that has stuck. Its version of the chorus goes something like "Keemo-Kimo, fair is fair; my heart, my ho, my rumpernickel pumpernickel; slam bang nick and palm-me-o my cameo; I love you!" It hasn't yet been found, but Nat Cole singing Latin hits of the 'fifties has. The arrangements are lush. The Mexican boleros are at times accompanied by a romance duo or trio (uncredited) similar to Los Panchos, although they must be another group, since Nat Cole was a Capitol artist in those days and the Panchos were Columbia. At any rate, this music goes well with the mood and season and so does music from Armstrong's Hot 5 and Hot 7.