"All My Tomorrows" is a 1959 ballad with lyrics by Sammy Cahn and music by Jimmy Van Heusen . The song was expressly written as a Frank Sinatra vehicle. It was introduced in the film A Hole in the Head where Sinatra sings it in the opening credits.
Sinatra later featured "All My Tomorrows" on his 1961 album All the Way. Sinatra re-recorded it for his 1969 album MY WAY , in a new arrangement which Charles L. Granata considers to be superior to the original, and which AllMusic calls "lush and aching". Rolling Stone describes the song as "the poignant monologue of a man determined to turn his life around".
"ALL MY TOMORROWS"
Francis Albert Sinatra
"All My Tomorrow Belong to You"
"I Was at This Concert"
One of the Greatest Times of My Life
I Talk About This Concert Quite Often