"Like Glue" is the third single by Jamaican dancehall artist Sean Paul, from his second album Dutty Rock. The single peaked at #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
The song has two censored words in the edited version: "Trees" in the chorus, when he says "Need a lot of trees up in my head", and "chronic" in verse 2, when he says "After a chronic, we take a drag", both referring to the cannabis drug.
The music video is…
Well I don't really care what people say
I don't really watch what dem waan do
Still I got to stick to my girls like glue
And I mon nah play number two