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Stephen Stills [LP] - Vinyl

Stephen Stills [LP] - Vinyl

Stephen Stills & Etta James - Rock Me Baby (Live)

Stephen Stills & Etta James - Rock Me Baby (Live)

Stephen Stills [CD]

Stephen Stills [CD]

Stephen Stills - Legendary Soft T-Shirt

Stephen Stills - Legendary Soft T-Shirt

WEMBLEY Photo of Stephen STILLS and CROSBY STILLS & NASH, Stephen Stills. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

WEMBLEY Photo of Stephen STILLS and CROSBY STILLS & NASH, Stephen Stills. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Neil Young, Stephen Stills Fundraiser N3A1280

Neil Young, Stephen Stills Fundraiser N3A1280

Stephen Stills Photos - Premiere Of "American Masters Inventing David Geffen" - Arrivals - Zimbio

Stephen Stills Photos Photos: Premiere Of "American Masters Inventing David Geffen" - Arrivals

Stephen Stills Photos - Premiere Of "American Masters Inventing David Geffen" - Arrivals - Zimbio

Love the Wine you're with Stephen Stills Wine Art

Love the Wine you're with Stephen Stills Wine Art

"Love The One You're With" by Stephen Stills was added to my Discover Weekly playlist on Spotify

"Love The One You're With" by Stephen Stills was added to my Discover Weekly playlist on Spotify

Long Time Gone The Autobiography of DAVID CROSBY Stephen Stills Graham Nash Neil Young The BYRDS Joni Mitchell Grace Slick Jackson Browne

Long Time Gone The Autobiography of DAVID CROSBY Stephen Stills Graham Nash Neil Young The BYRDS Joni Mitchell Grace Slick Jackson Browne

"Love the One You're With" is a 1970 single by folk rocker Stephen Stills. The first release from his solo debut. Stills wrote the song after being inspired by the tag line -- "If you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with" which was a frequent remark by musician Billy Preston.

"Love the One You're With" is a 1970 single by folk rocker Stephen Stills. The first release from his solo debut. Stills wrote the song after being inspired by the tag line -- "If you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with" which was a frequent remark by musician Billy Preston.