Bette: I really can't stay James: But baby, it's cold outside. B: I got to go 'way. J: But baby, it's cold outside. B: This evening has been J: Been hopin' that you'd drop in. B: so very nice. J: I'll hold your hands, they're just like ice. B: My mother will start to worry. J: Beautiful, what's your hurry? B: My father will be pacing the floor. J: Listen to that fireplace roar. B: So really I'd better scurry. J: Beautiful, please don't hurry. B: Well, maybe just a half a drink more. J: Put some records on while I pour. B: You know the neighbors might think. J: But baby, it's bad out there. B: Er, what's in this drink? J: No cabs to be had out there. B: I wish I knew how J: Your eyes are like starlight now. B: to break this spell. J: I'll take your hat, your hair looks swell. B: I ought to say no, no, no sir. J: Mind if I move in closer? B: At least I'm gonna say that I tried. J: What's the sense in hurtin' my pride? B: I really can't stay, J: Baby, don't hold out. B: ah, but it's cold outside. J: Baby, it's cold outside. B: Ah, but it's cold outside. J: Baby, it's cold outside.