"Stay" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1972 album Obscured by Clouds. It is known for being one of the album's particularly slow-moving, lyrical songs. It was also issued as the B-side of "Free Four".
The lyrics, written by Roger Waters and sung by Richard Wright, vacillate between frustration and indifference felt towards a casual sex partner (perhaps a groupie). In this regard it is not unlike Wright's own "Summer '68".
Musically, the main theme and verse of the song… read more
Stay and help me to end the day
And if you don't mind
We'll break a bottle of wine