At one time or another, we have all played the " Blame Game " - It's his fault, no it's her fault, it's their faulty, no, it's that group's fault ! This song addresses that issue, and it's really quite an unusual theme for a pop song. It was written by the great Howard Jones in 1986.

Here's and interesting interpretation:

An incredibly spiritual song. We can never quite satisfy in life. With things, for sure. They ultimately don't satisfy and are an empty bowl. And relationships, even though I want her and she wants me, we can never really completely assuage our sense of separation. The recurring theme in relationship counseling....BLAME. We come from unity and long for it all our life. "We want everyone." And the great spiritual teaching....hold no grievance. It is the way life is. We are all innocent. "No One is to Blame."
An anthem for love and understanding in this world. We can only wish.
- jimmeejamon January 17, 2015

Here are the Lyrics:

You can look at the menu, but you just can't eat
You can feel the cushion, but you can't have a seat
You can dip your foot in the pool, but you can't have a swim
You can feel the punishment, but you can't commit the sin

And you want her, and she wants you
We want everyone
And you want her and she wants you
No one, no one, no one ever is to blame
You can build a mansion, but you just can't live in it
You're the fastest runner but you're not allowed to win
Some break the rules, and let you cut the cost
The insecurity is the thing that won't get lost

And you want her, and she wants you
We want everyone
And you want her and she wants you
No one, no one, no one ever is to blame

You can see the summit but you can't reach it
It's the last piece of the puzzle but you just can't make it fit
Doctor says you're cured but you still feel the pain
Aspirations in the clouds but your hopes go down the drain

And you want her, and she wants you
We want everyone
And you want her and she wants you
No one, no one, no one ever is to blame

No one ever is to blame
No one ever is to blame

"No One Is to Blame" as written by Howard Jones

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.