Wet and cold

There’s a hole in my shoe, my socks are wet
My feet are cold, I have to keep walking
If I keep walking it will help keep me warm
My coat is dripping, clothes underneath damp
Soon I will be shivering but I’ll keep walking

My trousers are soaked, drips from my coat
My legs are cold, drips getting down my back
I have to keep walking to generate some heat
I am now so cold, I shiver as I walk, keep walking
When will I get there, will it be warm and dry?

I can only think about the cold and the wet
I must keep walking, I can’t stop now
My feet are so cold; I can barely feel my toes
My coat is getting heavy, the water coming through
I am so cold! I have to keep walking

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