Music Quiz / Songs recorded by both Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley

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Can you name the songs recorded by both Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley?

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Recording DatesSongMore Info
Sinatra 1945, 1963 Elvis 1975Patriotic song written by Bates & Ward in 1910. Ray Charles did a popular rendition.
Elvis 1960 Sinatra 1962Written in 1926 by Turk and Handman. A number 1 hit for Elvis in 1960. Sam Kinison did a famous rendition.
Sinatra 1957 Elvis 1961Written by Robin and Rainger for the 1937 film 'Waikiki Wedding', it was reused as the title track to an Elvis movie in 1961.
Elvis 1954 Sinatra 1960Written by Hart and Rogers in 1934. The Marcels did a famous doo-wop version in 1961.
Sinatra 1968 Elvis 1969Written in 1967 by John Hartford and won 4 Grammys, two going to Glen Campbell.
Sinatra 1964 Elvis 1969Written by Don Gibson in 1957. Ray Charles took it to #1 in 1962.
Sinatra 1945 Elvis 1966A showtune from Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1945 musical 'Carousel'
Sinatra 1957 Elvis 1957A Christmas song written by Gannon, Kent and Ram in 1943, and originally sung by Bing Crosby to honor soldiers overseas.
Sinatra 1966 Elvis 1972Written in 1965 by Leigh and Darion for the musical 'Man of La Mancha'
Sinatra 1949 Elvis 1971Written by Albert Hay Malotte in 1935 as a musical rendition of Matthew 6:9-13.
Elvis 1956 Sinatra 1979Written by Ken Darby, credited to Darby's wife Vera Matson and Elvis. A #1 tune for Elvis in 1956.
Sinatra 1969, 1994 Elvis 1971Written by Paul Anka, composed by Francois and Revaux in 1967. Became Sinatra's signature song.
Recording DatesSongMore Info
Sinatra 1947, 1957 Elvis 1957Christmas carol written by Phillips Brooks in 1868. Brooks was inspired by a visit to the town of Jesus' birth.
Sinatra 1945, 1957, 1991 Elvis 1957Popular Christmas carol composed by Franz Xaver Gruber in 1818. Sung simultaneously between English and German troops during the Christmas truce of 1914.
Sinatra 1970, 1973 Elvis 1973The only Beatles song written by George Harrison to top the US charts (1970). The second most covered Beatles song.
Elvis 1970, Sinatra 1974Neil Diamond wrote this song and made it famous in 1969. Popular at sporting events.
Sinatra 1966, 1993 Elvis 1973English version of a French tune called 'Et maintenant'. Sonny & Cher, Herb Alpert and Mitch Ryder all hit the top 40 with it.
Sinatra 1944, 1947, 1954 Elvis 1957Irving Berlin Christmas song. The Guinness Book of World Records lists Bing Crosby's version as the best selling single of all time.
Sinatra 1949 Elvis 1971A 'Christmas' song that never actually mentions Christmas, written by Bernard and Smith in 1934.
Sinatra 1957, 1963, 1993 Elvis 1960Written in 1957 by Coleman and Leigh. Sinatra kept it on the charts for 16 weeks. Elvis sang it on 'The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home, Elvis'
Sinatra 1969 Elvis 1969Written by Paul McCartney in 1965. Acclaimed as the #1 pop song of all time by the BBC, MTV and Rolling Stone.
Sinatra 1945, 1963 Elvis 1967Another show tune from Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'Carousel'. Gerry and the Pacemakers version became the anthem of the Liverpool Football Club.
Sinatra 1952 Elvis 1958The last song ever written by Hank Williams (1952). Country music historian Colin Escott writes that 'the song - for all intents and purposes - defines country music.'

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