"Cold as Minnesota" as written by and Michael Emile Craig John Themistocleous....
Sitting in your easy chair
You're lazy or you just don't care
Stop wearing all my clothes and watching television
I used to be your favorite show
Now everything's a mess you know
I'm tired of waking up to all this aggravation
Do you care about anyone but yourself ever?

I'm not looking for another fight
Nothing you can say tonight will get you back in my good graces
So button up your overcoat
Step outside into the cold
I don't want you here tomorrow when I wake up

Do you really care about anyone but yourself ever?
All alone
Sitting in my room
Why are you so angry?
Why are you so cruel?

There is a chill as cold as Minnesota
Telling me it's over

Do you really about anyone but yourself ever?
All alone
Sitting in my room
Why are you so angry?
Why are you so cruel?

There is a chill as cold as Minnesota
Telling me it's over


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