"This Is Always" is a song by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren that Sinatra never recorded in the studio. However, Sinatra did perform the song in concert, and in 1946, the song was added to his repertoire when he performed it as part of his special with Old Gold.
This isn't sometime, this is always
This isn't maybe, this is always
This is love, the real beginning of forever
This isn't just midsummer madness
A passing glow, a moment's gladness
Yes, it's love, I knew it on the night we met
You tied a string around my heart
So how can I forget you?
With every kiss I know that this is always