Alright, i know i said there was only gonna be five..but after i posted those five i got a request from a friend of mine..and here we are...

so this one is to the song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" the version by Jessica S. and Nick L. ENJOY

please leave a REVIEW because REVIEWS=LOVE! thanks to Kiwi for beta reading!

Riley owns Kai. I own NOTHING!



Baby, It's Cold Outside

By Jessica Simpson & Nick Lachey

For Riley

John Cena/OC(Kai)

I really can't stay - Baby it's cold outside

I've got to go away - Baby it's cold outside

This evening has been - Been hoping that you'd drop in

So very nice - I'll hold your hands, they're cold as ice

My mother will start to worry - Beautiful, what's your hurry

My father will be pacing the floor - Listen to the fireplace roar

So really I'd better scurry - Beautiful, please don't hurry

well Maybe just one drink more - Put some records on while I pour

John looked up at Kai as she rose from the couch. His eyebrows furrowed as she turned and grabbed her coat. He suddenly felt cold without her body sitting next to his, wrapped in his big arms. "Where are you going babe?" he asked, looking over the back of the coach to watch her pull on her hat and gloves.

His blue eyes widened slightly as he stood up and walked over to her. "What are you doing?" He asked, whispering in her ear from behind. She jumped slightly, somehow she hadn't heard his approach. She bit down on her lip, "It's almost midnight on Christmas Eve, John. I need to get home," she told him, turning around to face her boyfriend.

They hadn't been together long enough to actually celebrate Christmas with each other's families, so tonight had been their Christmas celebration together. She turned and opened the front door, stepping out onto the porch. "You're just gonna leave without giving me a goodbye kiss?" he asked.

She rolled her light blue eyes at him. He reached out and took her hands in his, and quickly pulled off her gloves. He smirked at her and threw them over his shoulder into his house somewhere. "What are you doing John?" she asked. "Why are you in such a hurry to leave? It's freezing out there," he said, motioning to the snow that was falling.

"And I picked you up, you're not seriously gonna walk home?" he asked, cocking an eyebrow. She forced herself not to let out a sigh, John could be so stubborn at times. "My parents will be worried and wondering where I am," she said, crossing her arms over her chest. "You're a big girl now, your parent's know that they don't have to chaperon you anymore," he said matter-of-factly and she sighed, knowing he was right.

"Baby, don't hurry to leave me. Just, one more drink, then I'll drive you home." he said, forcing her to meet his blue eyes. Finally she sighed, "fine, just one more drink, then I have to go." she told him as she stepped back into the house. John smirked and nodded.

The neighbors might think - Baby, it's bad out there

Say, what's in this drink - No cabs to be had out there

I wish I knew how - Your eyes are like starlight now

To break this spell - I'll take your hat, your hair looks swell

I ought to say no, no, no, sir - Mind if I move a little closer

At least I'm gonna say that I tried - What's the sense in hurting my pride

I really can't stay - Baby don't hold out

Baby it's cold outside

What are his neighbors gonna think? She thought to herself as he pulled her back inside, wrapping his arms around her. He led her into the kitchen and poured them another drink. He kissed her softly. "There's storms pretty bad," she murmured as she looked out the window and John nodded in agreement.

She wouldn't admit it to anyone, but John made her happy. Truly happy. She hadn't been this in love before, not that she had told him she loved him yet. They weren't ready to take that next step. Or maybe they were and she was just scared of the 'what next' that would come after saying it.

John pulled her hat off and she made a disapproving sound as she tried to smooth out her nonexistent hat hair. "You look fine, Beautiful," he said, grabbing her hands to stop her fussing. She couldn't help but melt at his gaze and smile. Her eyes twinkled as she smiled up at him. He inched closer to her, his smile remaining.

Just then she yawned, causing him to laugh. "Someone is tired," he said and she just rolled her eyes before shrugging. "I really need to go John. I'm exhausted," she murmured, not really wanting to leave anymore. "But it's cold outside," he whispered, causing her smile to return to her pink lips.

I simply must go - Baby, it's cold outside

The answer is no - Ooh baby, it's cold outside

This welcome has been - I'm lucky that you dropped in

So nice and warm -- Look out the window at that storm

My sister will be suspicious - Gosh, your lips look so delicious

My brother will be there at the door - Waves upon a tropical shore

My maiden aunt's mind is vicious - Gosh your lips are delicious

Well maybe just a half a drink more - Never such a blizzard before

She pulled out of his arms and walked to the door. She knew she had to be in her room when her parents woke up the next morning to celebrate Christmas with her family. "Please stay," John said quietly from the doorway to the kitchen. She turned back to look at him and shook her head, "no," she said quietly, forcing herself to smile at him softly.

She walked back over to him, wrapping her arms around his waist. "I loved coming over, babe. But I need to go. Do you know what my family will think if I'm not there in the morning?" she asked. John stared down at her beautiful face. He kissed her, her lips were as delicious as they looked.

"Babe, it's a blizzard out there," he said and she turned her head to look out the window. He was right. "We're gonna be snowed in," he whispered in her ear and she looked back at him with a sigh.

But staying the night wouldn't hurt.

I've got to go home - Oh, baby, you'll freeze out there

Say, lend me your coat - It's up to your knees out there

You've really been grand - Your eyes are like starlight now

But don't you see - How can you do this thing to me

There's bound to be talk tomorrow - Making my life long sorrow

At least there will be plenty implied - If you caught pneumonia and died

I really can't stay - Get over that old out

"You'll freeze if you go out there," he said with a smirk. "Then give me your coat," she said stubbornly. Not ready to tell him she was fine with staying. "The snow is up to your knees," he stated. She shook her head, "No John, I need to go," she pushed against his chest.

"Don't leave," he begged, tugging on her arm. She sighed, she couldn't say no to him and really mean it. "Fine," she muttered.


"It looks freezing out there," Kai mumbled and John let out a 'mmhmm' of agreement. She giggled softly, lifting her head from where it was resting on John's warm chest. He stroked her hair softly before she kissed him.

"I shouldn't have stayed." she muttered. "But you did," he said pointedly. "Because I love you," she said and held her breath, looking away immediately. He turned her face back to his, "I love you too," he whispered before kissing her. He tucked her back into his side and they fell asleep, ignoring the vicious wind whipping snow against the side of his house.

It was cold outside, but in John's arm, she was warm.

Baby it's cold outside