Who Sang Blame It On My Youth? Ann-Margret

Release information
Release Date: 1961
Genre: Jazz Pop
Style: Easy Listening
length: 3:34
composer: Oscar Levant
lyricist: Edward Heyman
You were my adored one
Then you became the bored one
I was like a toy
That brought you joy one day
A broken toy
That you preferred to throw away

If I expected love
When we first kissed
Blame it on my youth
If only just for you I did exist
Blame it on my youth
I believed in everything
Like a child of three
You meant more than anything
All the world to me

If you were on my mind
All night and day
Blame it on my youth
If I forgot to eat and sleep and pray
Blame it on my youth
If I cried a little bit
When first I learned the truth
Don't blame it on the stars
Don't blame it on your smile
Don't blame it on my eyes
Blame it on my youth

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Baby Won't You Please Come Home
  • 2 Bye Bye Blues
  • 3 Please Be Kind
  • 4 Chicago
  • 5 Teach Me Tonight
  • 6 More Than You Know
  • 7 Blame It On My Youth
  • 8 Kansas City
  • 9 That's What I Like
  • 10 I Should Care
  • 11 You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
  • 12 Lovie Joe