Top 10 Frank Sinatra Love Songs & Biggest Hits

Frank Sinatra was a founding member of the Rat Pack also featuring Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop. Starting in the 1980s, Frank called Las Vegas home to his musical performances.

Frank Sinatra is also one of the best-selling artists of all time and is considered one of the greatest musicians of the 20th Century. With such a following, Sinatra’s music still lives on today. Many brides and grooms like to incorporate Frank Sinatra’s music into their weddings.

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Frank Sinatra Wedding Songs

The Way You Look Tonight

Released in 1964

A popular song to dance with the bride to = whether a parent dance or first dance.

Lyric Quote:

“There is nothing for me but to love you and the way you look tonight”

It Had To Be You

Released in the 1940s

A song to play to accent a romantic moment like the cake cutting.

Lyric Quote:

“For nobody else gave me a thrill with all your faults I love you still”

My Funny Valentine

Released in 1953

A song to play for a slow dance for all of the couples.

Lyric Quote:

“You make me smile with my heart, your looks are laughable, unphotographable, yet you’re my favorite work of art”

Fly Me To The Moon

Released in 1964

A song to play as a fun entrance song into the reception.

Lyric Quote:

“You are all I long for, all I worship and adore, in other words, please be true, in other words, I love you”

I’ve Got You Under My Skin

Released in 1946

A fun background song while the meal is being devoured.

Lyric Quote:

“I’d sacrifice anything come what might, for the sake of having you near”

I Get A Kick Out Of You

Released in 1962

A fun song to showcase the couple being in love.

Lyric Quote:

“I get no kick from champagne, mere alcohol doesn’t move me at all, so tell me why should it be true, that I get a kick out of you”

Night And Day

Released in 1942

A classic slow song for a couples’ slow dance.

Lyric Quote:

“Whether near to me or far, it’s no matter, baby, where you are, I think of you day and night”

The Best Is Yet To Come

Released in 1964

A great last dance song or as a recessional song for the ceremony.

Lyric Quote:

“You ain’t seen nothing yet, the best is yet to come and babe, won’t it be fine, best is yet to come, come the day you’re mine”


Released in 1947

Lyric Quote:

“I’ll be loving you always, with a love that’s true always”

Love And Marriage

Released in 1955

A popular cake cutting song through the years.

Lyric Quote:

“Love and marriage…You can’t have one without the other”

I’ve Got A Crush On You

Released in 1947

Lyric Quote:

“I never had the least notion that I could fall with so much emotion”

Your Love For Me

Released in 1969

Lyric Quote:

“It’s kinda like a bundle full of everything that’s wonderful – your love for me”

Frank Sinatra is a true American classic singer that will live forever through his music. Sinatra’s music is known and recognizable by many. When played at the right time, Frank Sinatra’s love songs make a great fit for every wedding.

Frank Sinatra’s music career started in 1946 with the release of his first album The Voice of Frank Sinatra. Four years before his death, Sinatra’s last album Duets II was released and was his 59th studio album.

Highest-Charting Frank Sinatra Tracks

  • #1 – All or Nothing at All, 1940
  • #1 – I’ll Never Smile Again, 1940
  • #1 – Dolores, 1941
  • #1 – In the Blue of Evening, 1942
  • #1 – There Are Such Things, 1942
  • #1 – You’ll Never Know, 1943
  • #1 – Oh! What It Seemed to Be, 1946
  • #1 – Five Minutes More, 1946
  • #1 – Mam’selle, 1947
  • #1 – Learnin’ The Blues, 1955
  • #1 – Strangers in the Night, 1966
  • #1 – Somethin’ Stupid (with Nancy Sinatra), 1967
  • #2 – Oh! Look At Me Now, 1941
  • #2 – Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night of the Week), 1944
  • #2 – Young At Heart, 1954
  • #2 – All The Way, 1957
  • #3 – We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me), 1940
  • #3 – This Love Of Mine, 1941
  • #3 – People Will Say We’re in Love, 1943
  • #3 – Hey! Jealous Lover, 1956
  • #4 – Do I Worry?, 1941
  • #4 – I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night, 1944
  • #4 – Three Coins In The Fountain, 1954
  • #4 – That’s Life, 1966
  • #5 – Our Love Affair, 1940
  • #5 – Take Me, 1942
  • #5 – Close to You, 1943
  • #5 – Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’, 1943
  • #5 – Dream, 1945
  • #5 – Day by Day, 1946
  • #5 – I Believe, 1947
  • #5 – Goodnight, Irene” (with The Mitch Miller Singers), 1950
  • #5 – Love and Marriage, 1955

Do you have a favorite Frank Sinatra song to play at a wedding? Please share your song below in the comments!

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