Sweater Weather by Fresh Oil and Chips

lyrics by Robert Braathe, vocals and music by Brian Huff

You might be good looking
You might be good cooking
But when the weather is a chilling
You know how to make it thrilling

No need for a bikini
Anyone can make it gleeny
When it comes to being sexy
Need some wooly and something flexy

You look fine in sweater weather
Or in a jacket made of leather
You know what you’re doing
No matter what’s ensuing
I think you know you’re screwing
With my mind with your canoeing
You look fine in your leather
You are fine in sweater weather

I like the breeze of summer
But it often is a bummer
When you see someone smilin
Because of how they look on the Island

With the winter breeze and snowing
You’re the bees knees with whats showing
Cuz the ladies who really got it
Wear a sweater that still flaunts it

You look fine in sweater weather
Or in a jacket made of leather
You know what you’re doing
No matter what’s ensuing
I think you know you’re screwing
With my mind with your canoeing
You look fine in your leather
You are fine in sweater weather

When its chilly you still thrill me
I know its silly but you fill me
With your flannel from Philly

You look fine in sweater weather
Or in a jacket made of leather
You know what you’re doing
No matter what’s ensuing
I think you know you’re screwing
With my mind with your canoeing
You look fine in your leather
You are fine in sweater weather

You look fine in sweater weather
Or in a jacket made of leather
You know what you’re doing
No matter what’s ensuing
I think you know you’re screwing
With my mind with your canoeing
You look fine in your leather
You are fine in sweater weather

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