"I Think I Like You" is a song featured in the 1967 film Doctor Dolittle sung by Rex Harrison as Doctor Dolittle and Samantha Eggar as Emma Fairfax with vocal by Diana Lee.

Lyrics

Emma: For a month or more
I have listened and dreamed,
While the moon has glistened
And a million stars
Have gleamed
Waiting!
 
Doctor Dolittle:
Waiting?
 
Emma:
Waiting!
 
Doctor Dolittle:
What for?
 
Emma:
For a man I know
Who is clever and kind,
But a man who never
Ever seems to know
His mind
Waiting!
Waiting!
 
Waiting for you to say
You like me or hate me
Or miss me or kiss me
Or something! But nothing!
Nothing do you say
At all!
Little wonder, I feel sorely neglected,
Unwanted, rejected
And small!
Little more than two feet tall!
Lucky to be here at all!
 
Doctor Dolittle:
Emma, I – er –
 
I think I like you
Yes, I think I do!
I think I like you
I’m almost sure that I do!
I think I like the way you look –
The way your eyes reveal your mind …
Like a precious book,
That is hard to find.
 
I think I’m learning
Something strange and new
But well worth learning,
Because I’m learning about you!
Like dawning sunshine
When a new day is due,
I think I like you
And I think you like me, too!
Do you?

Emma:
Do you?

Both:
Do you?

Emma:
Yes, I do
I’m almost sure that I do
I think I like the way I feel
Each time I feel your eyes feel mine
Like a gourmet meal
Needs a vintage wine
 
I think I’m seeing
Something strange but true
For what I’m seeing
Is something wonderful in you!
Like finding April
When December is due
I think I like you

Doctor Dolittle:
I think I like you

Both:
And I think you like me, too!

Doctor Dolittle:
Do you?
 
Emma:
Do you?
 
Both:
Do you?

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