Frank Sinatra Songs Answered

Frank “Old Blue Eyes” Sinatra recorded hundreds of incredible songs over the course of his illustrious career… Many of these songs asked questions. Here are all the answers.

How Deep Is The Ocean?

  • 36,000 feet.

What Makes the Sunset?

  • The Earth’s rotation.

Where Do You Keep Your Heart?

  • My chest.

Whatever Happened to Christmas?

  • It’s still there.

Have You Met Miss Jones?

  • No.

How Do You Do Without Me?

  • Fine, I guess.


Can I Steal A Little Love?

  • No.

Can’t You Just See Yourself?

  • Yes.

Could’ja?

  • That depends on what ‘ja want me to do.

How Are You Fixed For Love?

  • We’re keeping things casual… So, B+ I guess? Maybe a bit lower?

What’s New?

  • I’m getting a new apartment in September.

Are You Lonesome Tonight?

  • Nope.

How Do You Keep the Music Playing?

  • The radio.

How Cute Can You Be?

  • Pretty cute.

Do I Worry?

  • Probably. I mean, we all do… Right?

Where is the One?

  • Tinder, probably. Maybe Coffee Meets Bagel?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

  • Many people.

Mind If I Make Love To You?

  • Yes.

Should I?

  • No.

Oh Bess, Oh Where’s My Bess?

  • Who’s Bess?

Isn’t She Lovely?

  • Who? Bess?

Didn’t We?

  • No.

Do You Know Why?

  • No.

How Could You Do a Thing Like That to Me?

  • I didn’t do anything to you, Frank Sinatra.

Where Are You?

  • Chicago.

Where Do You Go?

  • I work in the Loop.

What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?

  • Honestly, I’m not sure. I like writing, so maybe there’s something in that? Advertising, maybe?

Why Can’t You Behave?

  • I can.

Why Was I Born?

  • Copulation.

Is There a Chance For Me?

  • To do what? You had a very successful career as both a musician and an actor.

What Is This Thing Called Love?

  • Hormones. Usually oxytocin.

When is Sometime?

  • …any time? I’m not sure I understand the question.

Why Remind Me?

  • Again, I’m not 100% sure on what you’re asking here.

What Time Does the Next Miracle Leave?

  • What?

Why Try To Change Me Now?

  • It was a fool’s errand and for that I apologize.

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