Track Title:               I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Written by:                Frederic Chopin
Written by:                Joseph McCarthy
Written by:                Harry Carroll

From:                      1918
Adapted from:              Fantasie Impromptu in C Sharp Minor - Chopin
At the end of the rainbow there's happiness,
And to find it often I've tried,
But my life is a race, just a wild goose chase,
And my dreams have all been denied.
Why have I always been a failure?
What can the reason be?
I wonder if the world's to blame,
I wonder if it could be me.
I'm always chasing rainbows,
Watching clouds drifting by,
My schemes are just like all my dreams,
Ending in the sky.
Some fellows look and find the sunshine,
I always look and find the rain.
Some fellows make a winning sometime,
But I never even make a gain, believe me,
I'm always chasing rainbows,
Waiting to find a little bluebird in vain.

Originally contributed by Bobby Knight,
noted trombone player and session man.

More complete transcription by Larry Henares of the Philippines