There were places when you got into the swing of it where it sounded decent. The line "leaving this town to an unknown place" was the best bit. As you work [with a teacher if you can; it really is very hard to learn voice without one], your tone will improve gradually.
One thing that can help you today: try singing with more style. What struck me the most when I listened was that you sang everything the exact same. Same volume. There was [almost] no rhythm. There were no vocal cries or whines or fryes or vibrato or anything.
The reason why I liked the line I mentioned is because you sang it in a way where the rhythm could be discerned. LEAVing this TOWN to an UNknown PLACE. It added some enjoyable musicality.
An exercise to help with this: listen to a song of an artist you like, and listen really close. Get an app on your phone so you can replay little bits again and again, and go line by line and really really really listen to what the artist does. Pronunciation. Some notes shortened, some long, some loud, some legato, etc. And try to mimic them. It should take 5-15 minutes per line.
The reason this is useful is because it gives you a sense of how much musical variation there can be, and gives you ideas on what you can try yourself. I recommend fly me to the moon by Frank Sinatra because it's just a C major scale up and down (so it's easy pitch-wise), and because Frank is particularly musical, so you'll get loads of ideas.