Sinatra Sings “Monday Morning Quarterback”

Don’t miss this Frank Sinatra recording of his 1981 torch song “Monday Morning Quarterback”

“I know there were a hundred ways to tell her I loved her
It’s funny how they’re all so clear today
And when her face was burning with sadness and yearning
I don’t know why I turned my eyes away”

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“I’ve Got a Crush on You” Frank Sinatra & Barbra Streisand Duet

Through the power of video, Barbara Streisand sings a duet of “I’ve Got a Crush on You” with the late Frank Sinatra

I’ve got a crush on you, sweetie pie
All the day and night-time give me sigh
I never had the least notion that
I could fall with so much emotion

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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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“I’ve Got You Under My Skin” Sinatra at Madison Square Garden (1974)

From his 1974 “Main Event” concert in NYC, here is Frank Sinatra with “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”

I’ve got you under my skin.
I’ve got you deep in the heart of me.
So deep in my heart that you’re really a part of me.
I’ve got you under my skin.
I’d tried so not to give in.
I said to myself: this affair never will go so well.
But why should I try to resist when, baby, I know so well
I’ve got you under my skin?

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“The September Of My Years” – Frank Sinatra Live

Listen to this amazing Sinatra performance of “The September Of My Years” at the Sands Hotel

“As I man who has never paused at wishing wells
Now I’m watching children’s carousels
And their laughter’s music to my ears
And I find that I’m smiling gently as I near
September, the warm September of my years


The golden warm September of my years”

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“I Get A Kick Out Of You” Frank Sinatra Performance

Frank Sinatra Sings “I Get A Kick Out Of You” in this TV performance

“I get no kick from champagne.
Mere alcohol doesn’t thrill me at all.
So tell me why should it be true
That I get a kick out of you?”

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“At Long Last Love” Frank Sinatra TV Appearance

Don’t miss Frank Sinatra with the Cole Porter song “At Long Last Love”

“Is it an earthquake or simply a shock?
Is it the good turtle soup or merely the mock?
Is it a cocktail, this feeling of joy?
Or is what I feel the real McCoy?”

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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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“I’m Glad We’re Not Young Anymore” – Sinatra with Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee & Louis Armstrong

From “The Bing Crosby Oldsmobile Show” aired on September 29, 1959, see Frank Sinatra along with Peggy Lee and Louis Armstrong singing “I’m Glad We’re Not Young Anymore”

You can view the video of the entire Bing Crosby Oldsmobile Show on Bing Crosby: The Television Specials Vol 1 available on DVD from Amazon.

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