Stay, ah just a little bit longer, Please, please, please, please, please, Tell me that you're going to Now your Daddy don't mind, And your Mommy don't mind, If we have another dance, yeah, Just one more, one more time. Oh won't you stay, just a little bit longer, Please let me hear you say that you will Say you will Won't you place your sweet lips to mine, Won't you say you love me all the time Oh yeah, just a little bit longer, Please, please, please, please, please, Tell me you're going to Come on, come on, come on, stay, Come on, come on, come on, stay, Come on, come on, come on, stay, oh la de da, Come on, come on, come on, stay, my, my, my, my, Come on, come on, come on, stay
Written by: CEDRIC ALLEN WILLIAMS
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Stay" by Jackson Browne
1. Release Date: "Stay" by Jackson Browne was released in 1977 and features on the album titled "Running on Empty". Genre: Rock/pop. 2. Live Recording: Unlike many songs, "Stay" was recorded live during a concert tour, giving it an authentic and raw feel. 3. Successful Charting: The song ranked as high as 20th on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 4. Collaboration: The song features vocals from David Lindley and Rosemary Butler. 5. Cover Version: Jackson Browne's "Stay" is a cover version, originally performed by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs in 1960.
Stay" by Maurice Williams
1. Original Song: "Stay", written by Maurice Williams, was originally performed by Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs in 1960. Genre: Doo-wop/R&B. 2. Historic Achievement: At just 1:36, it is the shortest song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. 3. Drumming: The notable drum part of Maurice Williams' "Stay" is played by a member of the band, Johnny Tanner. 4. Different Themes: The song has been interpreted as a plea from a young man to his girlfriend, urging her to stay a little bit longer.
Stay" by The Four Seasons
1. Genre/Style: The Four Seasons are known for their unique sound, combining rock and pop with doo-wop. "Stay" fits into this style well. 2. Cover Version: Their rendition of "Stay" was a cover of the original Maurice Williams song. 3. Successful Positioning: The Four Seasons' version of "Stay" reached number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1964. 4. Distinctive Vocals: The high-pitched lead vocal in "Stay" is provided by The Four Seasons' Frankie Valli.
Stay" by The Hollies
1. Cover Version: Like the others, the version by The Hollies is a cover of Maurice Williams' original song. 2. Diverse Band: The Hollies are an English pop/rock group known for their pioneering and distinctive three-part vocal harmony style. 3. Album Listing: "Stay" by The Hollies was included in their debut album "Stay with The Hollies" in 1964. 4. Achievements: The Hollies are one of the few British pop groups of the early 1960s that have never officially broken up and continue to perform. 5. Unique Sound: The Hollies are notable for their progressive rock style, which is evident in their cover of "Stay".
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