|Single by Elisa|
|from the album Soundtrack '96-'06 / Caterpillar|
|Released||6 April 2007|
|Elisa singles chronology|
"Stay"is the first track from Elisa's album Soundtrack '96-'06 , it was the third single from the album and the first single from the international album Caterpillar, released in Italy, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Stay was released only download in Italy.
|Italy||6 April 2007|
The music video was filmed by Marco Salom and Elisa on March 2007 in California exclusively for the Italian market. On June 2007 it was re-shot by Joe Tunmer in London for the international version of the video.
|Europe Singles Chart||40|
|Italian Airplay Chart||1|
|Turkey Airplay Chart||5|
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