United StatesFrank Sinatra

Artist rating: 81.25 % (ranking: not set)
Highest rating: 82.43 % (1958)
Most recent trend: 53.34 % (1984)
Highest trend: 84.57 % (1956)

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Data

Born: 1915-12-12
Died: 1998-05-14

Age: 82
 

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Genres

1980
46.96 %
1981
62.72 %
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1997
88.51 %

L.A. Is My Lady

Frank Sinatra - L.A. Is My Lady
50.02 %
(2013-09-13)
Release date: 1984-08
Type: studio

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Average song length: 03:24
Average song rating:

Ranking

Frank Sinatra:
43
/
50
Year (1984):
57
/
88
Decade (1980's):
534
/
759
Overall:
/
2642

Tracks

Lyrics

L.A. Is My Lady
03:16
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The music she moves to, is music that makes me a dancer
I brought her my wildest of dreams, and she came up with the answer
I leave behind a part of myself, whenever I leave her
But oh, when I'm back in her arms
She smiles and then - I am home again

'Cause L.A. is my lady, she's always there for me
L.A. is my lady, she knows how to care for me
No lady's sweeter - you know it the moment you meet her
I've been in love more times, than I care to remember
And love's kept me cool in July and warm in December
It may not have lasted, but each time I thought it was heaven
You name it, I've been there and back
Lookin' for someone who - I'd be faithful to
L.A. is my lady, she's always there for me
L.A. is my lady, she knows how to care for me
She's good to me - yeah she's good to me, and that's why
L.A. is my lady - L.A. is my lady
And you're lookin' at a man who - doesn't ever plan to kiss his lady bye-bye
The Best of Everything
02:50
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How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
03:56
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Teach Me Tonight
03:49
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It's All Right with Me
02:43
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Mack the Knife
04:55
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Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear
And he shows 'em, pearly white
Just a jack knife has Macheath, dear
And he keeps it, keeps it way out of sight

When that shark bites with his teeth, dear
Scarlet billows, they begin to spread
Fancy white gloves though has Macheath, dear
So there's rarely, never one trace of red

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?

From a tugboat on the river goin' slow
A cement bag, it is dropping down
Yeah, the cement is just for the weight, dear
You can make a large bet Macheath is back in town

My man Louie Miller, he split the scene, babe
After drawin' out all the bread from his stash
Now Macheath spends just like a pimp, babe
Do you suppose that our boy, he did something rash?

Ah, old Satchmo, Louis Armstrong, Bobby Darrin
They did this song nice, Lady Ella too
They all sang it, with so much feeling
That Old Blue Eyes, he ain't gonna add nothing new

But with Quincy's big band, right behind me
Swinging hard, Jack, I know I can't lose
When I tell you, all about Mack the Knife babe
It's an offer, you can never refuse

We got George Benson, we got Newman & Foster
We got the Brecker Brothers, and Hampton's bringing up the rear
All these bad cats, and more, are in the band now
They make the greatest sounds, you ever gonna hear

Hey Sookie Taudry, Jenny Diver, Polly Peachum, Old Miss Lulu Brown
Oh the line forms, on the right dear
Now that Macheath, I mean that man Macheath
Yeah he's bad, mercy mercy
Yeah he's badder than old Leroy Brown
You better lock your door, and call the law
Because Macheath's, that bum,
He's back in town
Until the Real Thing Comes Along
03:07
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Stormy Weather
03:42
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If I Should Lose You
02:41
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A Hundred Years from Today
03:10
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After You've Gone
03:18
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