James Brown performed the song called Cold Sweat, which was co-written by Brown and Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis. It was released in 1967 from the album of the same name, also Cold Sweat. The lyrics discuss how he a woman's love can cause him to break into a "cold sweat."
The song reached number 7 on the Pop Singles chart, and the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2016. The full recorded version of the song is over 7 minutes long. It was recorded at King Studios in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is in the funk genre.