In response to the controversy over the 1949 Dean Martin classic "Baby, It's Cold Outside," Greg Gutfeld came up with a new album for Christmastime that's "guaranteed not to offend anyone."

Radio stations in Cleveland and San Francisco banned the tune because of its characterization of an interaction between a man and a woman in the lyrics.

Some of Gutfeld's new sure-to-be hits are definitely politically correct enough for this new era.

Instead of the Harry Simeone's "Little Drummer Boy," Gutfeld created a replacement: "Little Drummer Cis-Gendered Person."

"Santa Claus is Coming to My Sanctuary City," read another track -- replacing the purportedly offensive rhyme about the jolly man's visit to "town" originally written by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie.

Adeste Fideles will be replaced by "O Come All Ye Faithful, But Please Don't Talk to Us About Religion, It's Controversial."

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Another track from the two-disc "album" is "Deck the Halls With Marxist Literature," followed up by the apropos "Feliz Navi-Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act" theme song.

Elmo & Patsy may have sang "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer," but in Gutfeld's new album, that song is replaced by "Grandma Got Run Over By a Prius."

As the song explains, it leaves less of a carbon footprint.

Following the "album's" introduction, country star John Rich added that he may soon see a similar issue arise with his and "Big Kenny" Alphin's hit "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy."

"I'm all about equine preservation," Rich told Gutfeld.

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