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Blame It on My Youth

Lyrics:Edward Heyman
Music:Oscar Levant

The song was publishe 1934.

Relying on memory, which verge blur, while remembering Arekore that old nearly 40 years,
but has written the "Jazz graffiti of my youth", you can hurt people, or was wounded people,
some even such bitter memories It has been revived.
If Kaerimire Become a now, still in the blue brat, thoughtful of shallow was youth,
just facing just before, and stopped to afford to overlook around there was no youth,
act as vertical only the earlier their emotions and feelings if the youth,
and to know that it was wounded and could not apologize obedient youth was only droop
and Shozen as damaged by underdog youth ......

And it is is that it also has no way regret from now, all the "Blame It On My Youth,"
"youth Sa-yue", or whether Let's translate even a "youthful indiscretion."
This song, as "excuse" or "confession" of my youth, is also a song you want to hear.
Well, I do not even worthy of repentance, you can either let it Never in trouble, how to ....

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 at 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 my heart
Blame it on my youth

Frank Sinatra(Blame It on My Youth)
Frank Sinatra

Nat “King” Cole

Carmen McRae(Blame It on My Youth)
Carmen McRae

Rosemary Clooney(Blame It on My Youth)
Rosemary Clooney

Chris Connor(Blame It on My Youth)
Chris Connor

Frank Sinatra

Nat “King” Cole

Carmen McRae

Rosemary Clooney

Chris Connor

Nancy Wilson

Jane Monheit

"When you hear music, after it's over, it's gone in the air.
You can never capture it again. "

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