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  1. Vor 3 Tagen · The World We Knew, also known as Frank Sinatra, is a 1967 studio album by American singer Frank Sinatra. The album's title track reached No. 30 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #1 on the Easy Listening chart in 1967. Its second track, "Somethin' Stupid"—a duet between Sinatra and his daughter Nancy—reached No. 1 on both charts.

    • August 1967
    • February 1, June 29–30, July 1, 24 and 27, 1967 at United-Western Studios in Hollywood
  2. Primary Artists Frank Sinatra & Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra. Producers Jimmy Bowen & Lee Hazlewood. Writers Bert Kaempfert, Carl Sigman, C. Carson Parks & 5 more. More Frank Sinatra albums.

    • Track Listing
    • Singles
    • Reception
    "The World We Knew (Over and Over)" (Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein, Carl Sigman) – 2:50
    "Somethin' Stupid" (with Nancy Sinatra) (Carson Parks) – 2:45
    "This Is My Love" (James Harbert) – 3:37
    "Born Free" (Don Black, John Barry) – 2:05

    Several singles were released for the The World We Knew. The first single released was "Somethin' Stupid" which was released as twice, once with "I Will Wait for You" and again with "Give Her Love." The tittle track of the album was released as a single as well, featuring "You Are There." The final single of the album was released in late 1967, fea...

    The album, received good scores from the public in its singles, however, due to this, the album was criticized for being a "singles collection." The album was scored only two and a half stars out of five by Allmusic.

  3. Discover The World We Knew by Frank Sinatra released in 1967. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

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  4. The World We Knew. Frank Sinatra. 10 SONGS • 28 MINUTES • JAN 01 1967. Purchase Options. 1. The World We Knew (Over And Over) 02:47. 2. Somethin' Stupid.

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  5. Vor 22 Stunden · Nur ganz gelegentlich betätigte Sinatra sich selbst als Liedtexter, nämlich bei This Love of Mine (1941), Peachtree Street (1950), Take My Love (1950), Sheila (1950), I’m a Fool to Want You (1951), Mr Success (1958) und dem Weihnachtslied Mistletoe and Holly (1957).