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Paul and Tina’s- Baby its cold Outside- in Sign Language.


I really can’t stay
But, baby, it’s cold outside I’ve got to go away
But, 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 just like ice My mother will start to worry
Beautiful, what’s your hurry? My father will be pacing the floor
Listen to the fire place roar So really I’d better scurry
Beautiful, please don’t hurry But maybe just half a 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 the spell
I’ll take your hat, your hair looks swell I ought to say no no no, sir
Mind if I move in 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 Oh, but it’s cold outside I simply must go
But, baby, it’s cold outside The answer is “No”
But, baby, it’s cold outside This welcome has been
How 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 delicious My brother will be there at the door
Waves upon a tropical shore My maiden aunt’s mind is vicious
Ooh your lips are delicious But maybe just a cigarette more
Never such a blizzard before I’ve got to get home
But, baby, you’ll freeze out there Say, lend me a coat?
It’s up to your knees out there You’ve really been grand
I thrill when you touch my hand But don’t you see
How can you do this thing to me? There’s bound to be talk tomorrow
Think of my life-long sorrow At least there will be plenty implied
If you got pneumonia and died I really can’t stay
Get over that hold out Oh, (baby) but it’s cold outside

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