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Our snap shows Dean Kay and wife Michelle meeting up with Bono in Los Angeles recently.

Dean Kay wrote 'That's Life' which became one of Frank Sinatra's biggest hits in 1966. Thirty seven years later, it has been re-recorded by Bono, for the soundtrack of the Neil Jordan film 'The Good Thief'.

It's no secret that Bono is a longtime Sinatra fan, introducing him at the 1994 Grammy Awards with an impassioned speech and collaborating with him on a version of Cole Porter's 'I've Got You Under My Skin' - for what turned out to be Sinatra's last album, Duets, in 1993.

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