(+LYRICS+TRANSLATION+MEANING)MUSIC REVIEW: STAY BY DAVID GUETTA  FT RAYE “HMM, I CAN MAKE IT TOPLESS!”

(+LYRICS+TRANSLATION+MEANING)MUSIC REVIEW: STAY BY DAVID GUETTA FT RAYE “HMM, I CAN MAKE IT TOPLESS!”

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Hmm, so, the above line has got my attention. What does Raye really mean? Don’t sweat about it, it meansshe can actually  be naked for him!

So, let us talk about the song “Stay” Like you know, the word stay means to remain or wait in a certain place. This is a love song whereby the singer pleads with a lover who is so special to her to stay put with her and never leave. This her lover has gained her love and she can’t do without being around him. If staying put with her means gratifying him, Raye says she is ready to do it. She loves this guy with her body, soul and mind; wholeheartedly.

The song ‘Stay”by David Guetta features the vocal of Raye

Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO STAY BY DAVID GUETTA

INTRO/CHORUS

Stay! Don’t go away, don’t go (Don’t go away)
Don’t go away, don’t go (Don’t go away)
Don’t go away, don’t go (Don’t go away)
Don’t go away, don’t go (Don’t go away); stay                                                                                   Babe, I save a place for you
I got a place for two
Don’t go away, don’t go away

VERSE 1

You don’t even have to try
No other lips can make me cry
But there is something ’bout the way you look.
Something from my heart you took tonight
And I don’t mind (Stay)

And I want this, tell me if you want this
Baby, do you want this? Uh-uh
Baby, when you got this
Love me in a tank top
I can make it topless, uh-uh
And you wanna try me
Baby, will you try me if you wanna cop this? Uh-uh

CHORUS

Don’t go away, don’t go away
Don’t go away, stay
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you babe (Stay)
Don’t go away, I love the taste so stay the same, uh
Babe, I save a place for you
I got a place for two
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you to (Stay)

VERSE 2

A lot of people here tonight
But I don’t need them in my life
There is something ’bout this chemistry
So go on, take the rest of me, alright
And I don’t mind (Stay)

And I want this, tell me if you want this
Baby, do you want this? Uh-uh
Baby, when you got this
Love me in a tank top
I can make it topless, uh-uh
And you wanna try me
Baby, will you try me if you wanna cop this? Uh-huh

CHORUS

Don’t go away, don’t go away
(Don’t go away, stay)
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you babe (Stay)
Don’t go away, I love the taste so stay the same, uh
Babe, I save a place for you
I got a place for two
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you to (Stay)

CHORUS

(Don’t go away, don’t go
Don’t go away, don’t go
Babe, don’t go away, don’t go
Don’t go away, stay)

Babe, I save a place for you
I got a place for two
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you to (Stay)

BRIDGE

There’s something about you, baby
The way you look me in my eyes
It would kill me to watch you walk away so
Stay by my side (AhHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH)
(Don’t go away, don’t go away
Don’t go away, stay)

CHORUS

Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you babe (Stay)
Don’t go away, I love the taste so stay the same, uh
Babe, I save a place for you
I got a place for two
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you to (Stay)

CHORUS

(Babe, don’t go away, don’t go
Don’t go away, stay
Babe, don’t go away, don’t go
Don’t go away, stay)
Babe, I save a place for you, uh-huh
I got a place for two, uh-huh
Don’t go away, don’t go away
I need you to (Stay)

VIEW IMAGES FROM THE SONG “STAY” BY DAVID GUETTA

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “STAY” BY DAVID GUETTA FT RAYE BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVWlOmBqd7s

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 7 SECONDS

 

 

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