I'm Still in Love with You (Sean Paul song)

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"I'm Still in Love with You"
Sean Paul I'm Still in Love with You.jpg
Single by Sean Paul featuring Sasha
from the album Dutty Rock
B-side "Like Glue" (remix)
Released February 17, 2004
Format CD single, CD maxi
12" single
Recorded 2003
Genre Rocksteady, Reggae
Length 4:33
Label VP, Atlantic
Writer(s) S. Henriques
J. Henriques
S. McGregor
Producer(s) Steely & Clevie
Sean Paul singles chronology
"Baby Boy"
"I'm Still in Love with You"
"We Be Burnin'"

"I'm Still in Love with You" is a song by Jamaican dancehall artist Sean Paul from his second album Dutty Rock. It features vocals from Sasha. It reached #6 in the UK, #13 on the U.S. R&B chart, #14 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 in Mexico and Poland. It became a top ten hit in Hungary, Italy, Ireland and Switzerland.

Song synopsis[edit]

The song is an interpolation of "I'm Still in Love with You" by Alton Ellis.

Sean Paul and Sasha (the female counterpart) are discussing a stalled and seemingly unfulfilled relationship. Paul's character is trying to explain that the relationship was somewhat of an extended one-night stand, and that it has no future; Sasha's character seems to want to continue the relationship, despite Paul's admittance of "thug" love because she remains in love with him.

Though the original version's message was more vague, the message in this version seems much clearer in explaining the relationship between the characters in the song's story. Alton Ellis' version was originally produced as a one-man song, but he later teamed up with his sister, Hortense Ellis to perform a duet. It wasn't until this moment that the song showed a romantic battle between two parties to continue a seemingly ruined relationship.

Hortense Ellis also did her own version of her brother's song entitled "I'm Still In Love with You (Boy)", which was later done by Marcia Aitken. Aitken's version of the song featured a slight but noticeable difference in vocal pitch from either of the Ellis' versions. Sasha's vocal patterns more closely resemble Marcia's interpretation than that of the Ellis'.

Track listings[edit]

CD single
  1. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Album version) – 4:33
  2. "Like Glue" (Giv Dem A Run Remix) – 4:03
CD maxi
  1. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Radio Version) – 3:33
  2. "Steppin' Razor" (Live on Later with Jools Holland) – 3:26
  3. "Like Glue" (Live on Later with Jools Holland) – 3:07
  4. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Music Video)
12" maxi
  1. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Album version) – 4:32
  2. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Instrumental) – 4:32
  3. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Radio Version) – 3:33
  4. "Like Glue" (Give Dem A Run Remix) – 4:03


Chart (2004) Peak
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[1] 20
Austrian Singles Chart[1] 11
Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart[1] 42
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart[1] 34
Danish Singles Chart[1] 11
Dutch Mega Top 100[1] 35
Finnish Singles Chart[1] 12
French SNEP Singles Chart[1] 31
German Singles Chart[2] 19
Hungary (Dance Top 40)[3] 4
Irish Singles Chart[2] 7
Italian Singles Chart[1] 6
Japanese Singles Chart 87
Mexican Singles Chart[4] 1
Poland (Polish Airplay Charts)[5] 1
Romania (Romanian Top 100)[6] 45
Swedish Singles Chart[1] 38
Swiss Singles Chart[1] 10
UK Singles Chart[2] 6
US Billboard Hot 100[7] 14
US Billboard Mainstream Top 40[7] 17
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Singles & Tracks[7] 13


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "I'm Still in Love with You", in various singles charts Lescharts.com (Retrieved 17 May 2009)
  2. ^ a b c "I'm Still in Love with You", in various singles charts Acharts.us (Retrieved 17 May 2009)
  3. ^ "Archívum – Slágerlisták – MAHASZ" (in Hungarian). Dance Top 40 lista. Magyar Hanglemezkiadók Szövetsége.
  4. ^ "Sean Paul: primer lugar en `Del 40 al 1`" (Retrieved December 27, 2016)
  5. ^ "Poland: Airplay Chart - Lista Krajowa 14/2004" (Retrieved 4 September 2015)
  6. ^ Romanian Top 100: Editia 41, saptamina 27.10 - 2.11, 2003
  7. ^ a b c Billboard Allmusic.com (Retrieved 17 May 2009)

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