"There Goes My Everything" is a popularsong written by Dallas Frazier and published in 1965. The song is best known in a 1966 version by Jack Greene whose version spent seven weeks at the top of the US country music chart, with a total of twenty-one weeks on the chart. It peaked at 65 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also won several awards, including "Single of the Year" and "Song of the Year" at the very first CMA Awards presentation. In addition, the accompanying album of the same title won "Album of the Year", and Greene won "Male Vocalist of the Year". "There Goes My Everything" is now considered a country music standard, covered by many artists.
The song is about a couple who are splitting up, but why is a mystery. The singer says that he can hear a voice refer to him as "darling", which seems an unlikely address when a couple are splitting acrimoniously. The song describes the narrator's feelings as his lover is leaving him. He comes to realize how much she meant to him now that he is losing her — "There goes my reason for living/There goes the one of my dreams/There goes my only possession/There goes my everything".
The tune is used for the Swedish hymn "Han är min sång och min glädje" ("He is my song and joy"), also known as "Han er min sang og min glede" in Norwegian  and "Han er min sang og min glæde" in Danish.
Episode 6 of the 2004 BBC miniseries Blackpool featured the Engelbert Humperdinck version, accompanied on screen by the singing and dancing of the characters, as part of the story.