But I Like You is a Sesame Street song about how Ernie and Bert like each other despite having different likes and dislikes and even sometimes disliking each other's likes.
Bert: I like paperclips.
Bert: Paperclips, I like bottlecaps.
Bert: Bottlecaps. I like pigeons.
Bert: Love pigeons. Yes, I do.
Ernie: I don't really like any of those things but I like you. I like playing jokes.
Bert: Playing jokes?
Ernie: Playing jokes. Love my rubber duck.
Bert: Rubber duck? (shakes his head)
Ernie: Rubber duckie. I like bubblegum.
Bert (doubtful): Bubblegum?
Ernie: Bubblegum, yes I do.
Bert: I'm not crazy about any of those things but I like you.
Ernie: I like to lie awake in bed at night and talk to you.
Bert: I like to say "goodnight" and go to sleep.
Ernie: I like to go and see the big hippopotamus in the zoo.
Bert: You know what, Ernie?
Bert: I like that too.
Ernie: I like jellybeans.
Bert: I like lentil soup.
Ernie: Lentil soup?
Bert: Yeah, I like a marching band.
Ernie: I like a music box.
Both: Yes, I do.
Ernie: But though I don't always like everything.
Bert: That I like.
Both: Still I like you!
Bert: Though I'm not too crazy 'bout your rubber duckie.
Ernie: Though I don't love pigeons.
Both: Still we're awfully lucky 'cause I like you!