"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".…
Stay and help me to end the day
And if you don't mind
We'll break a bottle of wine