Take a look at the below list of Frank Sinatra Top 10 Songs of All Time including best selling albums. Frank Sinatra qualifies to be called a legend, and his music career crossed decades, through the World War II up to the 1990s. Until he died in 1998, he continuously entertained the world through performing his incredible songs. The thriller musician is associated with parts of the American culture, the most memorable being the ‘Rat Pack.’ Almost all of Sinatra’s songs are hits, and it is a challenging exercise to identify the top 10 songs. However, we have refined his songs to come up with the best. We hope your favorite track makes the cut.
List of Top 10 songs by Frank Sinatra of all time
10. ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin
Sinatra Frank involves an elegant spin on the romantic melody. That explains why people call him a ‘first teen idol,’ without any reason. ‘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.’
9. Mack the Knife
Youngsters in the 1990s may happen to have not known Sinatra Frank, but they obviously knew ‘Mack Tonight,’ thanks to the McDonald’s commercials that are based upon this Sinatra hit song. The song has New York ‘edge’ that epitomizes Sinatra. ‘On the sidewalk, one Sunday mornin’. ‘Lies a body oozin’ life.’ ‘Someone’s sneaking round the corner.’ ‘Could that someone, perhaps, perchance, be Mack the Knife?’
8. Let it, Snow
‘Let I Snow’ is a track that is widely used for holiday gatherings, thanks to its cool composition by Frank Sinatra. The song is festive, romantic and pure Frank. ‘Oh, the weather outside is frightful.’ ‘But the fire is so delightful.’ ‘And since we’ve no place to go.’ ‘Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.’ ‘But as long as you love me.’ ‘Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.’
7. Ole Man River
Listening to Frank Sinatra as he sings is cool. The song has a slow and gorgeous melody that expresses his diverse talent. ‘Ole Man River’ is one of his best tracks. ‘Let me go ‘way from the Mississippi.’ ‘Let me go way from the white man boss.’ ‘Show me that stream called the River Jordan.’ ‘That’s the old stream that I long to cross.’ ‘I’m tired of livin’, but I’m feared of dyin’. ‘And Ol’ Man River, he just keeps rollin’ along.’
6. Luck Be a Lady
The song is originally done by ‘Guys and Dolls,’ the musical team. However, Sinatra later picks the track and associates himself with the same. The song is set during the gangster era, the 1920s and 1930s. The track blends well with Sinatra’s style. ‘Your on this date with me.’ ‘The pickin’s have been lush.’ ‘And yet before the evening is over.’ ‘You might give me the brush.’ ‘You might forget your manners.’ ‘And so the best that I can do is pray.’ ‘Lucky be lady tonight.’ This is one of the Frank Sinatra Top 10 Songs of All Time.
5. Strangers in the Night
‘Strangers in the Night’ is a track that is done, redone and even done again. However, Sinatra’s version of ‘Strangers in the Night’ can never be outdone. ‘Doobie doobie doo’ is most likely the best part of the track. The song brings Sinatra back on the pop charts. ‘Ever since that night we’ve been together.’ ‘Lovers, at first sight, in love forever.’ ‘It turned out so right for strangers in the night.’
4. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
All Christian songs that are recorded have the song included. In fact, most of the songs include the original melody done by Frank Sinatra. The voice of Christmas does the song the best way. ‘Have yourself a merry little Christmas’ ‘Let your heart be light.’ ‘From now on our troubles.’ ‘Will be out of sight.’ ‘Hang a shining star upon the highest bough.’ ‘And have yourself a merry little Christmas now.’
3. My Way
‘My Way’ is Sinatra’s largest hit song, as well as the most famous track. The song is done by Presley Elvis, and I can confidently say that the song almost became a parody. Despite the track not being Sinatra’s favorite, it is monotonous because of the repetition, as very many artists have their version of the same record. ‘My Way’ gives listeners a taste of the personality and voice of Frank Sinatra. ‘I faced it all and I stood tall and did it my way.’
2. My Kind of Town (Chicago is)
‘My Kind of Town’ is a tribute to Chicago, written for ‘Robin and the 7 Hoods’, a 1964 Rat Pack film. The track is the official theme song for Chicago. ‘This is my kind of town, Chicago is.’ ‘My kind of town, Chicago is.’ ‘My kind of people, too.’ ‘People who smile at you.’ ‘And each time I roam, Chicago is.’ ‘Calling me home, Chicago is.’ ‘Why I just grin like a clown.’ ‘It’s my kind of town.’
1. New York, New York
‘New York’ is a track that turns out to be so thrilling that it makes all want to join in the chorus, kicking up heels. If the world has ever had an official anthem for New York City, then it is ‘New York,’ and I leave it there. ‘Start spreading the news.’ ‘I am leaving today.’ ‘I want to be part of it.’ ‘New York, New York.’ ‘These Vagabond Shoes.’ ‘Are longing to stray. ‘Right through the very heart of it.’ ‘New York, New York.’
Tribute to Frank Sinatra
Sadly, the best people always leave us when we least expect, and the same thing happened with Frank Sinatra. May God rest your soul in eternal glory. Rest in peace Sinatra, and we hope you sing Christmas songs for Jesus and Mary in heaven.
Frank Sinatra is a globally favorite singer. Nobody can ever deny the fact that they listen to him, at least during Christmas. Sinatra’s voice is a thriller that gets you singing and clapping, whenever any of his songs play. Frank Sinatra, rest in peace, we can never imagine Christmas without you, you are the best, and we will always love you.