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In the famous holiday song "Let it Snow," have you noticed the conflicting lyrics? ~

I have wondered about this for years. First, there's "Since we've no place to go, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow." But later, "When we finally kiss good night, how I'll hate going out in the storm." What's up with that?

When we finally kiss goodnight
How I'll hate going out in the storm
But if you really [b][c=#7700B2]grab me tight[/c][/b]
All the way home I'll be warm
Oh the fire is slowly dying
And, my dear, [b][c=#7700B2]we're still goodbying[/c][/b]
But [u][c=#BF0000]as long as you love me[/c][/u] so
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

Somehow I just realized this song isn't about the snow 馃槶 the song has been tainted with lust like DrawntoaDistance commented
room1010136-40, M
It's not a conflict if you read it as, as we're not going outside, make the weather so bad that we have to spend as much time as possible together!
They don鈥檛 live together because they鈥檙e not married. Because that was like, a ride satans dong for all eternity kind of sin back in those days 馃槀
I would assume that the singer wanted to stay the night instead of going to his own home in the snow? 馃槈

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