"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. It was also featured in the musical Sugar Babies.
- Rudy Vallee July 7, 1933. Released on Bluebird B-5115
- Charles Agnew and his Hotel Stephens Orchestra, released on Columbia Records
- Leo Reisman & his Orchestra with vocal by Howard Phillips July 11, 1933. Released on Victor 24359
- Ethel Waters July 18, 1933. Released on Brunswick 6617
- Annette Hanshaw September 1, 1933. Released on Banner Records 32846
- Betty Garrett with orchestra directed by Harold Mooney on December 12, 1947. Released on MGM Records 10180
- Johnnie Ray February 7, 1952. Produced by Mitch Miller. Released on Columbia Co 39700
- Joni James on the LP, "When I Fall In Love", 1955, MGM Records
- Alma Cogan - With You in Mind (1961)
- Boston Common won the International Barbershop Competition with this as one of four songs in 1982.
- Kate Smith sang this song in her November 2, 1963 concert at Carnegie Hall, accompanied by Skitch Henderson on piano. This song was included on the RCA Victor recording of the concert.
- Ella Fitzgerald recorded this song on her 1968 Columbia album, 30 By Ella.
- Marky Ramone & the Intruders recorded a version for the album Ramones Family Tree.