Another radio station pulls 'Baby It's Cold Outside' from the airwaves

Lula Sharp
December 8, 2018

Their song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" was originally a song they performed for friends at their housewarming party.

Echoing Loesser, King said: 'It's a Christmas song that was written years ago, and you have to look at the intent of the me, it's a very flirtatious back-and-forth between the two of them'.

It's a debate that's reignited every year as the calendars flip to November and the temperatures grow frostier: Is "Baby, It's Cold Outside" good, or bad? She spoke out in the song's defense after a news segment on the CBS show acknowledged that some radio stations have recently banned the tune. Interestingly enough, the song itself may now be a holiday classic, but it's not actually a holiday song. The song is about a man trying to convince his date to stay with him a little longer, and it has been recorded numerous times since its debut in the movie "Neptune's Daughter". "I'm so irritated by this!"

"I know I'm gonna get hammered for this", she predicted, "so let's just move along, please".

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"I agree with Gayle King". "The Me Too movement is important and real". According to a press release from the station Tuesday, a poll with over 15,000 responses found listeners to be overwhelmingly in support of the song.

Susan went as far to blame Bill Cosby for music listeners getting so politically correct that a Cleveland radio station pulled the song from its rotation of Christmas music. Susan says connecting the song to the MeToo movement is off the mark.

'People used to say, 'What's in this drink?' as a joke, ' Loesser explained.

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