What hits did Frank Sinatra have in the 60s? "It Was a Very Good Year," from his Grammy Award winning album September of My Years (1965), and "Strangers in the Night" (1966). He did reach the top of the singles charts in a duet with his daughter Nancy, "Something' Stupid," in om/tender_sounds/pic /0000aq8z/s640x480
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