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Anka recorded it four other times as well: in 1996 (as a duet with Gabriel Byrne, performed in the movie Mad Dog Time), in 1998 in Spanish as "A Mi Manera" (duet with Julio Iglesias), in 2007 (as a duet with Jon Bon Jovi) Frank Sinatra recorded his version of the song on December 30, 1968, and it was released in early 1969 on the album of the same name and as a single. He always thought that song was self-serving and self-indulgent." In the midst of Sinatra's multiple runs on the UK Singles Chart, Welsh singer Dorothy Squires also released a rendition of "My Way" in Summer 1970.
Her recording reached number 25 on the UK Singles Chart and re-entered the chart twice more during that year.
It is also heard in the television commercial for the 2015 Acura TLX 2010 Au with Arashi in addition to an episode of Gotham.
It was kind of curious, but I felt he (Sid Vicious) was sincere about it." Vicious' reference to a "prat who wears hats" was an in-joke directed towards Vicious' friend and Sex Pistols bandmate Johnny Rotten, who was fond of wearing different kinds of hats he would pick up at rummage sales.
An edited version of Vicious's cover is played during the closing credits of the films Goodfellas and Juan of the Dead.
I used to be around steam rooms with the Rat Pack guys – they liked to talk like Mob guys, even though they would have been scared of their own shadows." Anka claimed, "When my record company caught wind of it, they were very pissed that I didn't keep it for myself. In the UK, the single achieved a still unmatched record, becoming the recording with the most weeks inside the Top 40, spending 75 weeks from April 1969 to September 1971.
I said, 'Hey, I can write it, but I'm not the guy to sing it.' It was for Frank, no one else." Despite this, Anka would later record the song in 1969 (very shortly after Sinatra's recording was released). It spent a further 49 weeks in the Top 75 but never bettered the No. Although this work became Frank Sinatra's signature song, his daughter Tina Sinatra says the legendary singer came to hate the song. That song stuck and he couldn't get it off his shoe.