Take Your Coat Off (Or You Won’t Feel The Benefit) [Fully Dressed Version]

Take your coat off or you won’t feel the benefit
Take your coat off
Won’t you come and sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home

Won’t you stay a little longer
If only for a half
If you stay a little longer
You won’t need that scarf

Take your coat off or you won’t feel the benefit
Take your coat off
Won’t you come and sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home

I know that outside
You might need that hat
But your head must feel hot
Under something like that

Take your coat off or you won’t feel the benefit
Take your coat off
Won’t you come and sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home

Now I’m not saying that
This could be love
All I’m asking is
Will you remove your hand in glove

Take your coat off or you won’t feel the benefit
Take your coat off
Won’t you come and sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home

I’m almost certain that
You would feel better
All you need to do is
Just take off that sweater

Take your coat off or you won’t feel the benefit
Take your coat off
Won’t you come and sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home

And if we’re still together
When winter time turns to spring
You’ll only need a jacket
You might not need anything
Or you could wear my cardigan
As we go out into the night
Pull the arms around you tight
Everything’ll be alright

 

With your rosy cheeks
You look really cute
But not you’re off the street
Do you really need those fur-lined boots

Take your coat off or you won’t feel the benefit
Take your coat off
Won’t you come and sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home
Sit beside me
We won’t have to feel alone
You can put it back on
When you walk me home

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