I Think, I Love

Album: The Pursuit (2009)
  • I think I love
    Every single little crack on your face
    I think I love
    Even our most casual embrace
    You don't have to try
    'Cause I've made up my mind
    Baby, I think I love you today

    Remember that time
    You threw a can of beer at me like a stone?
    You drunk too much wine
    And threw up in the taxi cab on the way home
    You looked like a mess
    But I must confess
    Baby, I think I love you today

    When I think what we could do
    If I could only say to you, yeah
    All of these things
    Well, do I dare?
    But would you care?

    'Cause I think I love
    Every time you honor me with a kiss
    And I think I love
    Well, there are just a million things I could list
    Should let you know
    But maybe tomorrow
    Baby, I think I love you today Writer/s: Jamie Cullum
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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