IRVING BERLIN WROTE "I'LL BE LOVING YOU, ALWAYS" IN 1925.  JOSEPHINE BAKER MADE THE FIRST RECORDING IN 1926.

FRANK SINATRA RECORDED THE SONG IN 1942.  THAT SAME YEAR, THE SONG BECAME THE THEME MUSIC FOR "PRIDE OF THE YANKEES", THE STORY ABOUT LOU GEHRIG. 

  THE MOVIE STARRED GARY COOPER, TERESA WRIGHT, AND WALTER BRENNAN.  IT WAS NOMINATED FOR
ELEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS.
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I'LL BE LOVING YOU... ALWAYS
FRANK SINATRA
"OLD BLUE EYES" IS SINGING "I'LL BE LOVING YOU, ALWAYS."
1915-1998
I'LL BE LOVING YOU, ALWAYS,
WITH A LOVE THAT'S TRUE, ALWAYS.
WHEN THE THINGS YOU'VE PLANNED,
NEED A HELPING HAND,
I WILL UNDERSTAND, ALWAYS,
ALWAYS...

DAYS MAY NOT BE FAIR, ALWAYS,
THAT'S WHEN I'LL BE THERE, ALWAYS.
NOT FOR JUST AN HOUR,
NOT FOR JUST A DAY,
NOT FOR JUST A YEAR,
BUT ALWAYS.
I'LL BE LOVING YOU, ALWAYS,
WITH A LOVE THAT'S TRUE, ALWAYS.
WHEN THE THINGS YOU'VE PLANNED,
NEED A HELPING HAND,
I WILL UNDERSTAND, ALWAYS,
ALWAYS...

NOT FOR JUST AN HOUR,
NOT FOR JUST A DAY,
NOT FOR JUST A YEAR,
BUT ALWAYS.
I'LL BE LOVING YOU, ALWAYS,
WITH A LOVE THAT'S TRUE, ALWAYS.
WHEN THE THINGS YOU'VE PLANNED,
NEED A HELPING HAND,
I WILL UNDERSTAND, ALWAYS,
ALWAYS...

DAYS MAY NOT BE FAIR, ALWAYS,
THAT'S WHEN I'LL BE THERE, ALWAYS.
NOT FOR JUST AN HOUR,
NOT FOR JUST A DAY,
NOT FOR JUST A YEAR,
BUT ALWAYS.