jessica simpson – baby, it’s cold outside

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(feat. nick lachey)

[written by frank loesser and published in 1948.
originally performed by betty garrett and red skelton in the film “neptune’s daughter”]

i really can’t stay – baby it’s cold outside
i’ve got to go away – baby it’s cold outside
this evening has been – been hoping that you’d drop in
so very nice – i’ll hold your hands, they’re cold as ice
my mother will start to worry – beautiful, what’s your hurry
my father will be pacing the floor – listen to the fireplace roar
so really i’d better scurry – beautiful, please don’t hurry
well maybe just one drink more – put some records on while i pour

the neighbors might think – baby, it’s bad out there
say, what’s in this drink – no cabs to be had out there
i wish i knew how – your eyes are like starlight now
to break this spell – i’ll take your hat, your hair looks swell
i ought to say no, no, no, sir – mind if i move a little closer
at least i’m gonna say that i tried – what’s the sense in hurting my pride
i really can’t stay – baby don’t hold out
baby it’s cold outside

i simply must go – baby, it’s cold outside
the answer is no – ooh baby, it’s cold outside
this welcome has been – i’m lucky that you dropped in
so nice and warm — look out the window at that storm
my sister will be suspicious – gosh, your lips look so delicious
my brother will be there at the door – waves upon a tropical sh-r-
my maiden aunt’s mind is vicious – gosh your lips are delicious
well maybe just a half a drink more – never such a blizzard before

i’ve got to go home – oh, baby, you’ll freeze out there
say, lend me your coat – it’s up to your knees out there
you’ve really been grand – your eyes are like starlight now
but don’t you see – how can you do this thing to me
there’s bound to be talk tomorrow – making my life long sorrow
at least there will be plenty implied – if you caught pneumonia and died
i really can’t stay – get over that old out
baby it’s cold outside

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