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Top 10 Frank Sinatra Love Songs of All Time You Just Can't Get Over

Shruti Bhat May 12, 2019
For over four decades, Frank Sinatra sang his way into people's hearts. LP after LP made him a hit and beloved of many. Releasing two to three albums a year, there was no ignoring him. Picking the stand-out ones would be difficult.

Did You Know?

'The Voice' nicknamed Frank Sinatra as 'Swoonatra', his female fan following as 'Sinatratics', and his craze was called 'Sinatrasm'.
Frank Sinatra found his first solo success in the mid '40s, after he signed up with Columbia Records. He came into view in musical films such as 'Anchors Aweigh' in 1945, 'Till the Clouds Roll By' in 1947, 'On the Town' in 1949, etc.
The symphony of Frank Sinatra's music, his soft flowing effortless voice, lyrics, and rhythm of his songs―especially love songs―transcend his listeners into a mesmerizing daze, swaying to his music, making them all time favorites.
He has a range of albums, showing off his versatility in singing, from ballads, slow romantic, to upbeat musicals. As already mentioned, it is difficult to narrow down on the ten best of his love songs, as he has innumerable classics. Generations have been enchanted by his music for years together.

Frank Sinatra

Name: Francis Albert Sinatra
Born: 12 December 1915
Died: 14 May 1998
AKA: 'The Voice', 'Chairman of the Board', 'Ol' Blue Eyes', 'Swoonatra', 'The Sultan of Swoon', and 'La Voz'
Occupation: Singer, actor, filmmaker, and conductor
Screen Actors Guild Awards: 'Life Achievement Award' - 1973
Grammy Awards: Nominated for 'Frank Sinatra: Portrait of an Album' in 1985

Top 10 Frank Sinatra Love Songs

My Funny Valentine

'My Funny Valentine' released in 1954 under Reprise Records. The song originally featured in Frank Sinatra's 1954 album Songs for 'Young Lovers'. It was composed by Lorenz Hart and written by Richard Rodgers. It was featured in Songs for Young Lovers (1954), Duets II (1994), Sinatra & Sextet (1994), Sinatra Saga (1994), and Sinatra '57 in Concert (1999).

(Just One Way to Say) I Love You

'(Just One Way to Say) I Love You' was released in 1949 under the Columbia Records label. The song was composed and written by Irving Berlin. The 'A' side of this single peaked at #17 on the charts of 1949.

What is This Thing Called Love

'What is This Thing Called Love' was featured in 1955 'In the Wee Small Hours'. It was written and composed by Cole Porter. The song was initially used in the musical 'Wake Up and Dream'.
It was reissued in 'Concepts' and 'The Best of the Capitol Years' in 1992, 'Sinatra 80th: All the Best' in 1995, 'Frank Sinatra Sings the Select Cole Porter' in 1996, 'The Capitol Years' in 1998, and 'Greatest Love Songs' in the year 2008.

Strangers in the Night

'Strangers in the Night' was recorded in the year 1966. The song was composed by Bert Kaempfert and written by Charles Singleton and Eddie Snyder. It was featured in Strangers in the Night (1966) and Sinatra 80th: Live in Concert (1995).

Like Someone in Love

Like Someone in Love was a song that was composed by Jimmy van Heusen and written by Johnny Burke. It was recorded in late 1953, and released in 1954 in the album 'Songs for Young Lovers'. It was initially written to be used for a movie called 'Belle of the Yukon'.

In the Still of the Night

'In the Sill of the Night' was written and composed by Cole Porter. It was released in 1961. The song has been featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album 'Ring-a-Ding-Ding!'. This song has featured in may of his albums viz. 'Sinatra & Sextet: Live in Paris', 'Sinatra 80th: Live in Concert', and 'Sinatra Saga'.

I Hadn't Anyone Till You

'I Hadn't Anyone Till You' was written and composed by Ray Noble. It was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1962 album 'Sinatra and Strings'. It is lovely little song that shows how lonely the singer was until that significant other entered his life.

Don't Take Your Love from Me

'Don't Take Your Love From Me' was written and composed by Henry Nemo. It featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album 'Come Swing with Me!', by Capitol Studio. He re-recorded the song again in 1962 for Reprise Records, to be used for a new album 'Sinatra and Strings', It was rearranged and released in 'The Reprise Collection' in 1990.


'Stardust' was re-featured in the album 'Sinatra and Strings' in the year 1962. Originally, it was a single written by Hoagy Carmichael and Mitchell Parish.


'Amor' was never recorded in a studio session, but was sung often on many radio shows by Sinatra in 1944. It was originally written by Ricardo López Méndez in Spanish, and rewritten by Sunny Skylar in English, and composed by Gabriel Ruiz.

Other Unforgettable Songs Sung Frank Sinatra

1. Falling in Love with Love
2. I Fall In Love Too Easily
3. They Say It's Wonderful
4. Take My Love
5. Every Man Should Marry
6. Fly Me to the Moon
7. Moonlight Serenade
8. The Way You Look Tonight
9. When Somebody Loves You