|Music:||Sol Parker and Henry Sanicola|
|Performed By:||Tommy Dorsey (1941), Frank Sinatra (1941), The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald|
(Intro:) Like the mountains that reach for the sky, Like the rivers that run to the sea: (Melody:) This love of mine goes on and on, Though life is empty since you have gone. You're always on my mind, though out of sight; It's lonesome through the day, and Oh! The night. I cry my heart out it's bound to break; Since nothing matters, let it break. I ask the sun and the moon, the stars that shine: What's to become of it, this love of mine? (instrumental) I cry my heart out, it's bound to break Since nothing matters, so let it break I ask the sun and the moon, the stars that shine What's to become of it, this love of mine? This love of mine goes on.
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