Frank Sinatra’s little girl was a sexy superstar during the last half of the 1960s placing 21 singles on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE pOP sINGLES cHART, 1965-1969.
Many of her songs projected a tough image to go along with her sex appeal. None more so than “Lightning’s Girl,” which is a sometimes forgotten song in her catalogue of hits. It was fairly close to a rock sound for Nancy and not as melodic as many of her hits. It reached number 24 on the BILLBOARD Singles Chart.
It remains a highlight of any of her many compilation albums.