Faces: Behind The Hits

The message is very clear in this tune.

“Stay With Me” was the first and biggest America hit from Faces.

It was written by Rod Stewart and future Rolling Stone guitarist Ronnie Wood – know then as Ronald David Wood.

The song gives a step-by-step account on how to pick up a groupie for a one-night-stand, making it very clear that she should be gone in the morning, although he does offer to pay her cab fare home.

Released in 1971, it is from the album  A Nod Is as Good as a Wink…To a Blind Horse

How about this classic video:

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