This Love Of Mine

Words & Music by Frank Sinatra, Sol Parker & Henry Sanicola
Recorded by Tommy Dorsey, 1941 (#3), Vocal by Frank Sinatra

Instrumental Intro:  | D  Fdim | Em7 A7 |

(A7)      D             Fdim           Em7  A7
Like the mountains that reach for the sky,

         D           Fdim       Em7    A7
Like the rivers that run to the sea:


A7   B7   A7     Em7 G/B  A7       G/B    D  G6   D
This love of mine             goes on and on,

        D7  D7+5  G6  G/B  A7      A7+5       D
Though life  is  empty        since you have gone.

       B7     Em7        A7         Em7 A7   D
You're always on my mind,    though out of sight;

     Bm7-5     E7         Bm7   E7   Bm7-5     A7  A7+5  A7
It's lonesome through the day,    and Oh! The night.

A7 B7 A7  Em7  G/B A7       G/B  A7   D  G6   D
I cry my heart out    it's bound to break;

D7   D7+5     G6      A7+5          D
Since nothing matters,     let it break.

  B7       Em          B+   F#      F#7         Bm Bm7  E7
I ask the sun and the moon,     the stars that shine:

      Bm7-5    D      Bm7 A7      A7+5     D
What's  to  become of it,    this love of mine?

The lyric and guitar chord transcriptions on this site are the work of The Guitarguy and are intended for private study, research, or educational purposes only. Individual transcriptions are inspired by and and based upon the recorded versions cited, but are not necessarily exact replications of those recorded versions.