Baby, It's Cold Outside

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"Baby, It's Cold Outside" is a winter based song with words created through Frank Loesser. This song was made around 1936 and sold to MGM. The song does not really reference any holiday, although it is regarded as a Christmas song due to the lyrics' depiction for a snowy backdrop. In addition, it is often heard on radio at Christmas time. It has been recorded by multiple musicians, including but not limited to Dean Martin, Ray Charles and Barry Manilow.