" I really can't stay -
I've got to go away ...
evening has been -
been hoping that you'd drop in
So very nice - I'll hold your hands,
they're just like ice...
Listen to the fireplace roar...
So really I'd better scurry
Beautiful, please don't hurry
Well, Maybe just a half a drink more -
Put some music on while I pour...
No cabs to be had out there
Baby, it's cold outside
This welcome has been - I'm lucky that you dropped in
So nice and warm -- Look out the window at the storm...
Brr it's cold...It's cold out there ..
Baby it's cold outside"
Baby It's Cold Outside - a pop song with words and music by Frank Loesser. Loesser wrote the duet in 1944 and premiered the song with his wife at their Navarro Hotel housewarming party.