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toto:
Load out/Stay มีเวอร์ชั่นนี้เวอร์ชั้นเดียวที่ดังๆแหละครับ ที่เราๆเคยได้ยินตั้งแต่เด็กก็เวอร์ชั้นแสดงสดจาก runing on empty นี้แหละครับ อัดที่ Marri Weather Pavilion , Maryland ที่จริงเพลง Stay ไม่ใช่เพลงที่แกแต่งนะครับ ต้นฉบับเป็นเพลง ร็อคแอนด์โรล โอดี้ ยุด 60  ออก ดูว็อบๆ หน่อยอะครับอารมเพลงคุณลองฟังแล้วจะแปลกใจว่านี้นะเหรอต้นฉบับเพลง Stay เนื้อกะทำนองคล้ายๆนี้แหละครับ แกดัดเนื้อร้องนิดหน่อยให้เข้ากะ เอามาปิดแสดงสด ประมาณว่าของเดิมเนื้อเป้นหนุ่ม ยุคโก๋หลังวังประมาณนั้นอยากให้สาวๆอยู่ต่อ อย่าเพิ่งกลับเลย พ่อแม่ไม่ว่าหรอก ( your mamy don]t mind, Your papy don]t mind) แกแปลงเป็น เจ้าของที่จัดคอนเสริต์ไม่ว่าหรอก เด็กโหลดของไม่ว่าหรอก ( The union don]T mind, The loady don]T mind) อย่าเพิ่งกลับเลยนะ ประมาณนี้  

PandaZ:
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PandaZ:
Lyrics Language: English

Jackson Browne The Load Out / Stay Lyrics:
[Brown, spoken:]
Thank you. I'd like to do a song I,
I never played in public before. It's a
brand new song. It's sort of a tribute to, ah,
friends of mine that come out
here on the road. And to you too.

[Browne, sung:]
Now the seats are all empty,
Let the roadies take the stage.
Pack it up and tear it down.
They’re the first to come,
And last to leave.
Working for that minimum wage.

They’ll set it up in another town.
Tonight the people were so fine.
They waited there in line,
And when they got up on their feet
They made the show.
And that was sweet but I can hear the sound,
Of slamming doors and folding chairs.
And that’s a sound they’ll never know.

Now roll them cases out and lift them amps.
Haul them trusses down and get’em up them ramps.
'Cause when it comes to movin' me,
You know, you guys are the champs.
But when that last guitar’s been packed away,
You know that I still want to play.
So just make sure you got it all set to go,
Before you come for my piano.

[Instrumental break, cheering & whistling, featuring steel guitar.]

But the band’s on the bus,
And they’re waiting to go.
We’ve got to drive all night,
And do a show in Chicago.
Or Detroit, I don’t know,
We do so many shows in a row.

And these towns all look the same.
We just pass the time in the hotel rooms,
And wander ’round backstage.
Till those lights come up,
And we hear that crowd,
And we remember why we came.

[Instrumental break, featuring steel guitar and full band.]

Now, we got Country & Western on the bus, R & B.
We got Disco and 8-tracks,
And cassettes in stereo.
We’ve got rural scenes & magazines,
And we’ve got truckers on CB.
And we got Richard Pryor on the video.
We got time to think of the ones we love,
While the miles roll away.
But the only time that seems too short,
Is the time that we get to play.

People you’ve got the power,
Over what we do,
You can sit there and wait,
Or you can pull us through.
Come along, sing the song,
You know that you can’t go wrong.
'Cause when that morning sun comes beatin' down,
You’re going to wake up in your town.
But we’ll be scheduled to appear,
A thousand miles away from here.

People stay just a little bit longer.
We want to play-ay just a little bit longer.

[Browne & Lindley:]
Now, the promoter don't mind.
And the union don't mind.
If we take a little time,
And we leave it all behind,
And sing ((one more song...))

[This is the end of "The Load-Out" and the beginning of
the full version of "Stay.]

[Butler:]
Oh-oh, won't you stay-ay.
Just a little bit longer-er-er-er.
Please, please, please, say you will.
((Say you will.))

[Instrumental break.]

[Lindley (Not to be confused with Tiny Tim):]
Oh won't you stay-ay-ay.
Just a little bit longer.
Oh-oh, please, please, stay-ay-ay.
Just a little bit more.

[Browne:] Ay-ee-ay-ee-ay.
[Lindley:] Wooo!

[Browne:]
Now, the promoter don't mind.
And the roadies don't mind.
If we take a little time,
And we leave this all behind,
And sing one more song.

[Instrumental coda featuring Lindley on steel guitar.]

[Browne, spoken:]
Thank you all again.
 
 

PandaZ:
THE LOAD-OUT/STAY 1 (with the full version of "STAY") 2
"The Load-Out" written by: Jackson Browne & Bryan Garafalo-1977
"Stay" written by: Maurice Williams-1953
"The Load-Out/Stay" produced by: Jackson Browne.
Performed by: Jackson Browne, featuring David Lindley & Rosemary Butler-1977
Appears on: "The Load-Out/Stay" (A-Side: "Stay," Asylum, 12in. Single (Radio
Promo Only) 45rpm #E-45485)-1977; Jackson Browne: Running on Empty (Asylum, LP
#6E-113, US)-1977 3 , (Asylum, LP #AS-53070, Germany)-1977, (Asylum, CD
#6E-113-2, US)-1987, (Asylum, CD #E2-113, US)-2005 & (Elektra-Rhino,
CD-Expanded Edition #78283, US)-2005; Jackson Browne-3 in One: The Pretender,
Running on Empty & Live in the Balance (WEA, CD #76338)-2001; The Best Long
Versions Ever! Various Artists (EMI, CD #810102)-2002; Jackson Browne: Best
of...Live (Electra, CD #11537)-2003; The Very Best of Jackson Browne (Electra,
CD #8122 78091-2)-2004; et al.

1 "The Load-Out" describes the daily practices of a band and its road crew on
a concert tour, and the emotions evoked throughout such an endeavor. The first
part of the song consists of Browne singing and playing piano with David
Lindley playing steel guitar, he is then joined by a synthesizer, followed by
the rest of his band. Eventually "The Load-Out" morphs into a first verse of
Maurice Williams' "Stay." It has become so much of a tradition to play Browne's
full cover-version of "Stay" after "The Load-Out," that many of the recordings
available have them already combined. The Stay reached #20 on the Billboard Pop
Singles Chart.

2 "Stay" was orignally recorded by Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs in 1960. I
was also covered by, The Four Seasons; The Hollies; Human Nature; Chaka Khan;
Cindy Lauper; Rufus & The Virginia Wolves.

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