Sinatra, Frank - Where Is The One? Lyrics




Where is the one
Who'll end the search I'm making
Where is the one
Who'll change my dream to waking
Behind some far off secret door
There's my love
There's my life
In store
The journey's long
Much longer than I reckoned
In any throng
I'll know her in a second
Some lucky day
I'm bound to find her
And when I do
I'll find love
The journey's long
Much longer than I reckoned
In any throng
I'll know her in a second
Some lucky day
I'm bound to find her
And when I do
I'll find love





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Sinatra, Frank Where Is The One? Comments
  1. Dennis James

    I was 23 when this album came out I’m now 84 and this album is just as relevant as ever

  2. Dennis James

    For me Where Are You is my favourite Album

    Life goes on

    This album is great. I bought sacd version to listen in better quality. İt's touching to heart

  3. M.J. Leger

    Frank recorded this album in 1957, the year his divorce was final from Ava, and he sings the pain, you hear it, and it's heart-wrenching! This album was one of the 3 he called his suicide albums, all recorded in 1957, 8 and 9. (Where are you, Only the Lonely, and No One Cares.) Three of the most touching albums he recorded.) Later, he was much more mature, and recorded "A Man Alone" (1969) which was a poignant album but it doesn't show the pain of the other 3 I mentioned.

    Life goes on

    After no one cares, he recorded few torch songs in 1967 in "The world we knew album" like "Drinking again". Also we shouldn't forget the "All Alone" album. No one cares is his most pessimistic and deep album. Where are you is melancholic and only the lonely is the middle one. İt contains both melancholy and pessimism.And "A man alone" is soft melancholy album. Sinatra was 53 so after this age, we couldn't expect him to make an album as dark as before. Life is changed and he was too.

  4. Father Adam

    wow what diction and phrasing .

  5. Robert D. Bornschein

    This is one of my all time favorite albums, Francis at his soulful best! Gordie's strings are so beautifil adnd appropriase.
    Bob Bonschein

  6. Martin Palmer

    the greatest singer ever no one else comes close

    knarfartanis

    He was Martin, no doubt!

  7. catman916

    This was the second time that Frank Sinatra recorded this song composed by his friend, Alec Wilder. I have uploaded the original version recorded on December 30, 1947 with Axel Srordahl arranging and conducting.