Cold Sweat

Album: Cold Sweat (1967)
Charted: 35
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  • Cold Sweat
    James Brown

    Ha!

    I don't care ha about your past
    I just want ho our love to last dee
    I don't care darlin' about your faults huh
    I just want to satisfy your pulse

    Oh

    When you kiss me
    When you mess me
    Hold my hand
    Make me understand

    I break out - in a cold sweat

    Ho! Uh! Ho!

    I don't care about your wants
    I just want to ha! tell ya about the does and don'ts
    I don't care about the way you treat me darlin' ha!
    I just want huh! to understand me honey

    Oh

    When you kiss me
    And ya miss me
    You hold me tight
    Make everything all right

    I break out - in a cold sweat heh!

    Mercy on me
    See'mon now
    Brother
    Put it, put it where it's at now
    Aww
    Let him have it

    Uh!

    Awww! Writer/s: ALFRED JAMES ELLIS, JAMES BROWN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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