"Cold + Wet" as written by and Aaron Freeman Michael Melchiondo....
I'm cold and wet can't ya hear what I'm sayin' to ya
Cold and wet it's the message I'm conveyin' to ya
How many times do i has to tell ya I'm cold and wet?

Hot and dizzy you got me in a tizzy honey
Hot and dizzy you better get busy and make me some soup
Before I get sick.


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"Cold and Wet" as written by Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman

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    General CommentOne of the best songs ever written.
    BrownWeenon December 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAll I can say is that is that whenever I am cold and wet this song gets in my head in a really strong way. Also, whenever anybody says, "I'm cold and wet" it instantly lodges into my head and it is all I hear for a good long while. That's the message I'm conveying to you. Get song not so much for what it is about (it could be about any common situation) but b/c it has the killer riff.
    khoon May 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI really like that out of context, "hot and dizzy, you got me in a tizzy, honey, hot and dizzy, you'd better get busy" sounds like it could be in the middle of your average cock-rock song about being horny, but then it's immediately followed by "...and make me some soup, before I get sick!", so he's actually literally talking about feeling feverish.
    destroyalltacoson February 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI really like that out of context, "hot and dizzy, you got me in a tizzy, honey, hot and dizzy, you'd better get busy" sounds like it could be in the middle of your average cock-rock song about being horny, but then it's immediately followed by "...and make me some soup, before I get sick!", so he's actually literally talking about feeling feverish.
    destroyalltacoson February 27, 2006   Link

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