Minnesota Songwriters Pen Politically Correct Version of ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ [WATCH]
Two singer/songwriters from Minneapolis thought that 'Baby It's Cold Outside' was a little too creepy for their liking, so they penned a political correct version.
Lydia Liza and Josiah Lemanski rewrote the 1944 version of the classic Christmas song by Frank Loesser. The original lyrics are all about a woman who wants to leave a party and go home but a determined man just won't take no for an answer.
The original song is pretty creepy...I've said that for years. It's kind of an inside joke between my husband and I. We make fun of how sketchy the song sounds.
The version that Liza and Lemanski wrote makes the man more respectful of the woman's wishes. Check out their version below and let us know what you think!