Over the years, 1944’s “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” has been interpreted by more than a hundred singers. But now it’s being reinterpreted by listeners who are hearing more than just an innocently flirtatious Christmas song, reports CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas. Critics say the lyrics describe a date rape scenario. “My sister will be suspicious (Gosh your lips look delicious)” “Say what’s in this drink? (No cabs to be had out there)”Ohio and Canada. “The Me Too movement has changed the way that we look at content and lyrics of songs,” Figula said. “I’m sure that this was not the first time people have listened to ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside, and thought, ‘Ooh, that sounds a little coercive,'” said Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro, chair of the USC gender studies department. “But what’s different… is that MeToo has actually said… we actually have to do something about it.” “Don’t mess with my Christmas music. That’s been the feedback,” Figula said.