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This Love of Mine
Composer
Frank Sinatra
Lyricist
Sol Parker, Henry W. Sanicola, Jr.
Published
1955
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Release
1955
Recording
March 4, 1955
Royalties
Audio
In the Wee Small Hours - This Love of Mine
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"This Love of Mine" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1955 album In the Wee Small Hours.

History Edit

The lyrics of "This Love of Mine" were written by Sol Parker alongside Henry W. Sanicola, Jr. Frank Sinatra offered the composition of this song's melody. This is one of the three songs that Sinatra co-wrote. The other two of the three are "I'm a Fool to Want You" and "Mistletoe and Holly."

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Lyrics Edit

This love of mine goes on and on,
Tho' life is empty since you have gone.
You're always on my mind, tho' out of sight
It's lonesome thru the day,
But 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.

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