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The music video for the country version features Habitat for Humanity volunteers, including members of the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football League team owned in part by Jon Bon Jovi, building homes for low-income families and was used to promote the organization while another version of music video features a man in a dog pursuit.
In the United States, a version of the song was released to the country music format as a duet with Jennifer Nettles, lead singer of the duo Sugarland.Sugarland’s “Stay” is the first of the duo’s chart-topping songs to solely be written by singer Jennifer Nettles.Although she has never lived the storyline of the song, she knew the subject of betrayal is something everyone could relate to, yet she wanted to tell the story from a different viewpoint.They have after all been married for 21 years and, as his childhood sweetheart, she knew exactly what she was buying into.So they are well placed to survive the revelations of former Bon Jovi manager Rich Bozzett - which lifts the lid on his relationship with actress Diane Lane, who took up with bandmate Richie Sambora.Strolling round New York like newlyweds, Jon Bon Jovi and his wife were all smiles yesterday.
The handsome rocker and Dorothea Hurley couldn't have looked less concerned about the upcoming publication of an explosive new book about his band.
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This isn't a cheating song, this is a healing song. It shows you how both of these women love this man so much, and they both know what's going on.
The song was written four years ago and inspired by Reba Mc Entire’s “Whoever’s in New England,” which was written from the perspective of a wife whose husband is cheating on her.
Nettles knew countless songs written from that viewpoint but none from the other two people involved.
The pair married in Las Vegas at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in 1989.