Vote for Your Absolute Favorite Frank Sinatra Song Here!
Frank Sinatra has given us many beautiful songs throughout the years. There's a reason many of his songs are still very popular today. Although it's hard to play favorites, we definitely have some top contenders.
Beginning his musical career in the swing era, many of Sinatra's songs bring us instant feelings of nostalgia. We've created a list of some of our all time favorite Sinatra tracks that changed music forever. Which one is your favorite (or least favorite)? Let us know by casting your vote here!
Please Be Kind
"Please Be Kind" was originally composed in 1938. However, Frank Sinatra released his version of the song on his 1962 album, Sinatra-Basie: An Historic Musical First.
The Way You Look Tonight
"The Way You Look Tonight" is from the film Swing Time where it was performed by Fred Astaire. However, Frank Sinatra recorded its most popular version with the Nelson Riddle orchestra in 1964.
Let's Fall In Love
"Let's Fall in Love" was written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler and published in 1933. It's featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album, Ring-a-Ding-Ding!.
Old Devil Moon
"Old Devil Moon" was originally composed for the 1947 musical Finian's Rainbow. It was featured on Frank Sinatra's 1956 album, Songs for Swingin' Lovers.
Nice Work If You Can Get It
"Nice Work If You Can Get It" is a popular song and jazz standard. It appeared on Frank Sinatra's 1962 album, Sinatra-Basie: An Historic Musical First.
I Get a Kick Out of You
This song was first sung in the 1934 Broadway musical Anything Goes, and then in the 1936 film version. However, Frank Sinatra has recorded one of its most popular covers.
The Girl Next Door
"The Girl Next Door" was featured on Frank Sinatra's 1954 album Songs for Young Lovers. It was later featured on his 1962 album, All Alone.
They Can't Take That Away from Me
"They Can't Take That Away from Me" was first introduced by Fred Astaire in the 1937 film Shall We Dance. Frank Sinatra recorded the song for his 1962 album Sinatra and Swingin’ Brass.
A Foggy Day
"A Foggy Day" was introduced by Fred Astaire in the 1937 film A Damsel in Distress. Frank Sinatra recorded it on Songs for Young Lovers in 1953.
Originally composed in 1927, Stardust is the "song about a song about love". It became one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century with over 1,500 recordings.