C'mon, get on it
That's it, baby, now kick it in

Baby, it's cold outside out here in the rain
Sure looks warm inside through the window pane
I been knockin' on your front door
I been waitin' all night an' you know what for
It's cold outside, let me come on in

What's that blue tick hound doin' in my chair?
Better throw that dog a bone, get him outta there
I been walk, walk, walkin' since a quarter to four
I'm gonna keep talkin' 'til you open that door
It's cold outside, let me come on in

Get a little lovin' in the oven
Sugar pie in the pan
I know what you got cookin', baby
An' I'm a hungry man

I been comin' 'round nearly every night
But you keep that door, baby, locked up tight
Now tell me why, why must you insist
On deprivin' me of what I can't resist?
It's cold outside, let me come on in

Get a little lovin' in the oven
Sugar pie in the pan
I know what you got cookin', baby
An' I'm a hungry man

Well, your kiss is what I miss
A little lovin' after dark
So slide the chain off this old door
That's keepin' us apart

If I did you wrong, let me make it right
Or I can say I'm sorry for the rest of my life
Or we can talk, talk, talk about it all night long
You could open the door and let me see what's wrong
It's cold outside, let come on in
Baby, it's cold outside, let come on in
Baby, it's cold outside, let come on in

It's cold, baby

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Cold Outside Lyrics as written by Dennis J. Knutson David Adrian Iii Neuhauser

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