"Sinatra" as written by and Page Nye Hamilton....
I can`t move her
Obsessed with protection
This is a bad idea
She needs affection
What, me?

Drive around town forced to talk
Pass that church again
Where`s a parking spot
It`s Sinatra`s world
She just lives here
I hate everything as much as
I hate me

What`s the best for me?
She doesn't see me
I don`t care
Just move around some and
Fix your stare
I had more fun
Took half the time
Cost three bucks, buy a magazine

What`s the best for me?

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"Sinatra" as written by Page Hamilton

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    General CommentThe song is really about the girl the narrator likes and how she's obsessed with Frank Sinatra and how he feels like he can't compare to her unrealistic ideals. There's a lot of teenage angst; driving around looking for a parking spot (so they can make out where no one can see). It's really a song about how girls and especially teenage girls size guys up by comparing them to famous men, and the feelings of the song's unreliable narrator who literally believes his girlfriend is in love with Frank Sinatra and not him.
    Akaneonon April 25, 2014   Link
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    General CommentHe's fed up with all the bullshit dealing with women, so he goes home and jerks off. More fun, half the time.
    KidPresentableon January 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentPage Hamilton knew a girl from New Jersey, Frank Sinatra's home state. She was the most beautiful girl he had ever seen, but was terrible in bed. He should of just masturbated. Would of taken less time and money.
    Pocahontas816on May 14, 2018   Link

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