This is a favorite song. Sid Mark often plays Frank Sinatra Jr.'s version on his "Sounds of Sinatra" program. Considering he left us far too soon, the lyrics are particularly poignant, I'm guessing for both the host and listener.
Frank Jr.'s version was on his final studio effort, 2006's "That Face." I think his voice had really found itself on that album, though, according to the Allmusic review he later expressed regret — he recorded it while being treated for prostate cancer and felt the vocals were not up to snuff.
Regardless, it helps to have arrangements by Nelson Riddle and Don Costa, and he had also directed the orchestra for his father's performances for a good many years. There were some top-notch players in the orchestra, including Bill Watrous and Carl Fontana. So I think it is a good effort.
My version is a combination of chords built off a piece of sheet music and processed through iReal, then imported into GarageBand. Some of the additional effects were written in iWriteMusic.
I'm beginning to find as much as GarageBand offers for free, there are things I wish it could do better, and the sounds lean a little to far to creating pop riffs. I mat have to start looking into alternatives. But I've learned enough I may have to go back and rework earlier efforts.
Anyway, I'm grateful for the listen. As always, be kind, and keep creating.