"Baby, It's Cold Outside "has had a lot of news coverage recently because of the message in it, affecting the #MeToo movement, with some stations banning the song altogether. Frank Loesser wrote the song in 1944.
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As a result of this controversy, a version of the song has made it the top 10 of Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart for the first time.
"Dean Martin's take, recorded in 1959, is the chart's Greatest Gainer, soaring from No. 31 to No. 10 on the Dec. 22-dated list, up 70 percent to 11,000 downloads sold in the week ending Dec. 13, according to Nielsen Music. A week earlier, it returned to the chart with a 257 percent blast to 7,000 sold."
On the Holiday 100 chart, Martin's "Cold" jumps from 31-17!