Mean To MeWords & Music by Roy Turk & Fred E. Ahlert
Recorded by Recorded by Ruth Etting, 1929
Also recorded by Helen Morgan, 1929
A7sus4 DM7 B7 Em7 C#7 F#m7 Bm7 GM7 You're mean to me. Why must you be mean to me? C Bb9 DM7 Am B7 Em7 A7sus4 A7-9 DM7 D6 Gee, honey, it seems to me you love to see me cryin' E6 A7sus4 A7 DM7 B7 Em7 I don't know why I stay home C#7 F#m7 Bm7 GM7 Each night, when you say you'll phone. C Bb9 DM7 Am B7 You don't and I'm left a - lone, Em7 A7sus4 A7-9 DM7 D6 Singin' the blues and sigh - in'. Bridge: D D9 D7 GM7 G6 D D9 D7 GM7 G6 You treat me cold - ly each day in the year; C C9 Cdim Em+7 Em6 You al - ways scold me C C9 Cdim E6 A7 A7+5 When - ev - er some - body is near, dear. DM7 B7 Em7 C#7 F#m7 Bm7 GM7 It must be great fun to be mean to me C Bb9 DM7 Am B7 You shouldn't, for can't you see Em7 A7-9 D6 Fdim Em7 A7 A7+5 D6 What you mean to me?