George Formby Song-book: I Went All Hot And Cold-1933
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I Went All Hot And Cold-1933
  Decca F3752 Cottrell, arr Formby

Hee! I went all hot and cold, I did, I went all hot and cold.

Now have you ever noticed folks the shivers that you get
Some of then make you feel cold then break out in a sweat.
They usually occur when you have had a shock or fright
Now I get them quite regular, here's one I had last night
Ee, I went all hot and cold I did, I went all hot and cold

I met a girl who looked as though she'd just strayed from the fold
I said you must come home with me and shelter from the cold
She said all right. I'll stay the night
Hee! I went all hot and cold, I did, I went all hot and cold

Now I went to a party once a few miles out of town
And when the time for home came well the rain came pouring down
The hostess said "Sleep on the couch", well I felt such a clown
She said "If you're not warm enough, I'll bring you a bottle down.
Hee! I went all hot and cold, I did, I went all hot and cold

But just like some big schoolboy I did just as I was told
I drank that bottle of whisky that she said was ten years old
Then I saw blue pigs and pink earwigs,
And I went all hot and cold, I did, I went all hot and cold.

Now I went for my holidays down by the deep blue sea
The job I had to get some digs, it really puzzled me
Still after many hours a lady came to me and said
"There's room up in my attic", but I hadn't been long in bed.
Before I went all hot and cold, I did, I went all hot and cold

'Cause lying next to me there was a figure grey and cold
I shouted for the lady and she came up brave and bold
She said that's all right, he only died last night.
Hee! I went all hot and cold, I did, I went all hot and cold.
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