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Blame It on My Youth
Composer
Oscar Levant
Lyricist
Edward Heyman
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1959
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"Blame It on My Youth" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1959 album Close to You.

History Edit

"Blame It on My Youth" was written by Oscar Levant and Edward Heyman in 1934.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

You were my adored one,
Then you became the bored one,
And 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 first we 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 both night and day,
Blame it on my youth.
If I forgot to eat and sleep and pray,
Blame it on my youth.
And if I cried a little bit when first I learned the truth,
Don't blame it on my heart,
Blame it on my youth.

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