I'm cold

Related to I'm cold: cold war, cold treatment
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I'm cold, I'm old, I'm a coward; I never supposed I should marry again, and it seems to me very strange l should ever have listened to you.
I've been wet,' she answered reluctantly, 'and I'm cold, that's all.
But it's sadly the stay-at-home or part-time working mums who think I'm cold and hard-hearted.
I'm tired, I'm cold, and I have dust in my shoes, hair, and teeth.
I almost always have something around my waist to keep my back warm, or I can slip it on if I'm cold.
She said "the worst is night-time, when we all gather next to each other to sleep and the children wail: 'I'm cold, I'm cold,'".
Walking the length of the rugged, ten-thousand-bend roads, I'm cold as all the green leaves of the mountain wet my attire.
Following his arrest, the following rap was found on his phone: "Cause I'm cold like snow when I'm flaking.
Usually, visceral states are so overwhelming that people project them onto others: If I'm cold, you must be cold too.
If I'm cold, I'll put on a sweater and make a cup of tea.
I'm cold, I'm hungry, and I'm so poor I'm considering becoming a low-class gigolo who caters for desperate housewives to pay the bills.