From the recording Cold Sweat
"Cold Sweat" is a song performed by James Brown and written with his bandleader Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis. Brown recorded it in May 1967. An edited version of "Cold Sweat" released as a two-part single on King Records was a #1 R&B hit, and reached number seven on the Pop Singles chart. The complete recording, over 7 minutes long, was included on an album of the same name.
Brown's lyrics describe how his woman's affections make him "break out in a cold sweat."
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 wanna 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 C'mon now Brother put it, put it where it's at now Aww Let him have it uh! Awww!