“It’s Fate Baby, It’s Fate” from Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)

In this scene from the 1949 film Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Frank Sinatra and Betty Garrett sing “It’s Fate Baby, It’s Fate”

“It does not matter that you are Aquarius,
or Sagittarius, or Gemini or Scorpio
or Taurus the Bull, Capriconus or Pisces the fish.”

The movie Take Me Out to the Ball Game is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

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From the 1945 Film Anchors Aweigh: “If You Knew Susie”

Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly sing “If You Knew Susie” in this scene from the 1945 movie Anchors Aweigh

“I have got a sweetie known as Susie
In the words of Shakespeare she’s a “”wow””
Though all of you may know her, too
I’d like to shout right now”

The movie Anchors Aweigh is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

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“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” by Frank Sinatra

Sinatra sings “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” on this 1957 episode of his TV show (with guest Bing Crosby):

It came upon the midnight clear,
that glorious song of old
From angels bending near the earth
to touch their harps of gold
“Peace on the earth, goodwill to men
From heavens all gracious King!”
The world in solemn stillness lay
To hear the angels sing.

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Bing Crosby & Frank Sinatra Sing “White Christmas” (1957)

Frank Sinatra joins Bing Crosby to sing Bing’s signature song, “White Christmas,” in this scene from a 1957 episode of Frank’s television program:

“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
Just like the ones I used to know
Where the treetops glisten
And children listen
To hear sleigh bells in the snow”

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“Don’t Be A Do-Badder” from the 1964 film Robin and the Seven Hoods

Disguised as bell-ringing Santas, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr sing “Don’t Be A Do-Badder” in this scene from Robin and the Seven Hoods

“Take it from me, don’t be a do-badder up,
Do-badder up, do bother to put your foot up.
That ladder that leads you to that place.
Below and every day you lose other you.”

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“Jingle bells” – Frank Sinatra & Bing Crosby

Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby sing “Jingle Bells” while enjoying a beverage in this 1957 television appearance:

“Jingle Bells
Jingle Bells
Jingle all the way
Oh what fun it is to ride
In a one horse open sleigh
Dashing through the snow”

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From Double Dynamite: Frank Sinatra & Jane Russell “Kisses and Tears” (1951)

In this scene from the 1951 movie Double Dynamite, Frank Sinatra and Jane Russell sing a duet of “Kisses and Tears”

You’re crying again, you’re sighing again
Can’t we patch it up this time?
And I guess it’s allright, we’ve finished our fight, and now…
(It’s just about kiss-time)

The movie Double Dynamite is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

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From Pal Joey: Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak – “I Could Write a Book” (1957)

Frank Sinatra sings “I Could Write a Book” to Kim Novak in this scene from the movie Pal Joey

“If they ask me, I could write a book
About the way you walk and whisper and look
I could write a preface on how we met
So the world would never forget”

Pal Joey is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

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“High Hopes” by Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra sings “High Hopes” in this scene from the 1959 movie A Hole in the Head

“Next time you’re found, with your chin on the ground
There a lot to be learned, so look around

Just what makes that little old ant
Think he’ll move that rubber tree plant
Anyone knows an ant, can’t
Move a rubber tree plant”

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“There’s a Small Hotel” by Frank Sinatra

From the 1957 movie Pal Joey, here is Frank Sinatra singing “There is a Small Hotel”

“There’s a small hotel with a wishing well
I wish that we were there together
There’s a bridal suite, one room bright and neat
Complete for us to share together”

The movie Pal Joey is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

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