CLEVELAND, Ohio (KDKA/CBS Local) — A Cleveland radio station says it has stopped playing the classic holiday song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” because of the #MeToo movement.

Star 102.1 posted on their website that listeners complained that the song’s lyrics are inappropriate so the station says they made a decision to stop playing the song.

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Radio host Glenn Anderson wrote that about the station’s decision to pull the song.

“The world we live in is extra sensitive now, and people get easily offended, but in a world where #MeToo has finally given women the voice they deserve, the song has no place,” Anderson wrote.

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He then posted the entire lyrics to the song, some of which some may find offensive in 2018.

My mother will start to worry – Beautiful, what’s your hurry?
Father will be pacing the floor – Listen to the fireplace roar
So really I’d better scurry – Beautiful, please don’t hurry
Maybe just a half a drink more – Put some records on while I pour

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The song was written in 1944, Anderson writes, which of course was a different time, but could be construed as manipulative and wrong.