Stay All Night (Stay A Little Longer) by Bob Wills & Tommy Duncan is a great song especially when paired with old photos of people dancing.
I don't know much about Bob Wills, but apparently he was a big name playing western swing in the 1930's-1940's.
I like the lyrics which could describe any dance where you just don't want to leave until it's really really over.
"Stay all night, stay a little longerSome of the other lyrics seem to be nonsense, but it could well be the case that I don't have the cultural context (USA in the 1930's-1940s) to get the references. If the lyrics do have a meaning, please leave a comment and explain.
Dance all night, dance a little longer
Pull off your coat, throw it in the corner
I don't see why I don't stay a little longer"
What do you think of Stay All Night (Stay A Little Longer) by Bob Wills & Tommy Duncan? Please comment.