I kinda believe that I should admit my stupidity about some things. I still maintain that I didn’t care for him much as a person and that most of Frank Sinatra’s singing career is like a man dragging a banged-up metal bucket down a gravel road, but have always loved this song and need to give him “his props” for this one. Always thought he was a decent actor, and always thought the name of this song was “When I Was 17.” I guess it’s “It Was A Very Good Year.” Dig the swingin’ orchestra conductor. Everyone seems like they know that something important happened here, and, even though I imagine Frank and his posse thought that a lot, about a lot of their performances or even parties, I think something important happened here. Frank knocked it out of the park. I’m still not givin’ in about Hemingway or PT Cruisers though. I still think the first time either was sighted they should have been pushed off a cliff.