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Don't Blame Me (song)

"Don't Blame Me" is a popular song with music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. The song was published in 1933.

The song received two significant "rock era" remakes: a mellow ballad version by the Everly Brothers, released by Warner Bros. Records in 1961, which reached #20 on Billboard; and an up-tempo version recorded by Frank Ifield which reached #8 of the UK charts on 15 February 1964.[1] It was also featured in the musical Sugar Babies.

Notable recordings

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External links

  • "Don't Blame Me" at Jazz Standards

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