Frank Sinatra Research Paper

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Frank Sinatra was the first to mainstream the concept of personal statements in lyrics of his own songs. His album of Greatest Hits proves that his music lyrics were love poetry from his heart being projected into our ears. However, he did not write all of his music lyrics himself, but his strength was in making the music his own. Frank Sinatra was the music artist who mastered the delicate art of love songs. The writers who worked on the lyrics of his music were brilliant people who were able to see that a song is not only a story, but a way to educate on deeper lessons, and meanings of life. Summer Wind blows the listener into a story of how a man is reminiscing of his younger day memories, and how fast life blew past him. He never had enough…show more content…
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