She took a light saber to my heart
And she picked my brain with a pocket knife
She said, "say what's on your mind"
So I said, "I'm kinda hungry & you ain't my type"

She said I was cold as hell
But hell ain't cold, I know I know
'cause I've been there for the last half hour or so
And the Devil said it never snows

[CHORUS:]
I guess I can wait awhile
See if the temperature changes
I guess I can wait awhile
Try on a few more faces
For you

(Oh yeah)

You took me out on a shopping binge
'cause you said that I was hurting for some cooler clothes
You said, "don't you want to be all that?
Like a Calvin Klein model in a video"

She said I was cold as hell
But hell ain't cold, I know I know
'cause I've been there for the last half hour or so
And the Devil said it never snows

[CHORUS X 3 (fade out)]


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Cold as Hell Lyrics as written by Butch Walker

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    General Comment

    I thought the line was "I'm kind of hungry and I hate my life", it's my favorite line. Anyway, it's an awsome song about an insensative guy who is a little too sarcastic.

    ChaosFluro24on July 25, 2002   Link
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    "I'm kind of hungry and I hate my life" is the line on the indie version of Hey!Album, but on ReadySexGo the line's "I'm kinda hungry and you ain't my type."

    BlueAndStarryon July 26, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    the song is about having an annoying girlfriend. She said I was cold as hell but hell's not cold, I know, I know 'Cause I've been there for the last half hour or so And the devil said it never snows Basically saying she said it was as cold as hell and he says no it isn't cos being here with you is hell and it ain't snowing but he will wait with her and see if the relationship can heat up.

    sharondoyle37on July 18, 2009   Link

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