There are countless songs in Spanish called “No Te Vayas” (Don’t Go). Even the Philippines has a ‘No Te Vayas’ song.
The people of Zamboanga on the island of Mindanao speak a language called Chavacano, which is a creole Spanish dialect. And one of their popular local songs is “No Te Vayas de Zamboanga” by Juan Cuadrado, Sr.
No te vayas, no te vayas de Zamboanga
No llores, paloma mia
No llores que en cuando llegue
Con una pluma de ave
FREE ENGLISH TRANSLATION
Don’t you go, don’t you go, Zamboanga
Don’t cry, my dear Dove
Don’t cry for when I arrive
With the feather of a bird
Another popular Chabacano song is Princesita Zamboangueña by Agustin Atilano.