I'll start this puppy off, by repeating a question I asked many moons ago and never got a correct answer to.
It's a song from the mid-90s -- I'd say '95, '96. It's a mid-temp, heavy distortion alternative rock song about a guy in love with an underaged girl. The only lyrics I remember are "Stay with me Diana," and I seem to remember a mention of the girl being sixteen. Which leads me to think -- I say think, I am not entirely positive -- that it could be a 90s alt-rock cover of the Paul Anka song Diana, which shares that same lyric line.
But before folks start dropping guesses, it is NOT a song by any of these bands:
Changos Del Rock
Warren Dean Flandez
Or any of the other first-page results from google. I know; I've checked every damned last one of them. And again, I'm not even sure it's a cover. I just remember mid-tempo, distorted guitar, and a dude singing "Stay with me, Diana."