"See It in a Boy's Eyes" is a song by English singer Jamelia. It was written by Jamelia Davis, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and Rik Simpson for the reissue of her second studio album, Thank You (2003). Production was helmed by Cameron McVey and Matt Kent, with Martin playing on the track and providing backing vocals. Released in the United Kingdom on 12 July 2004, the song became Jamelia's third consecutive top-five hit in the UK to date, peaking at number five and spending eleven weeks on the UK Singles Chart. It also peaked at number 11 on the Irish Singles Chart.
"See It in a Boy's Eyes" was released on 12 July 2004 in the United Kingdom under two CD single formats. The first CD contains "Taxi" from Thank You and the second CD contains the acoustic version of "Thank You" from Jo Whiley's Live Lounge, an acoustic cover of "Numb" by "Linkin Park", and the enhanced music video. The song debuted and peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart on 24 July 2004. A week later, it slipped to number six and the following week, it fell four places to number 10. It spent 11 weeks on the chart, seven of which were in the top 40, and finished as the 101st-best-selling single of 2004. The song also reached the top 20 in Flanders and on the Hungarian Dance Chart.
The music video for "See It in a Boy's Eyes" was directed by W.I.Z. It was filmed in Cuba and features Jamelia as a soldier in the army and throughout the video, there are scenes of Jamelia and another soldier who are in love but it is clear that they are upset with each other and they refuse to speak. In an interview with the BBC, Jamelia said "I just wanted it to be different - it would have been so predictable if it was just me in a short skirt, my legs out - and I'm not a predictable person. I was trying to be fresh so that people stay interested in me." Jamelia also commented in the same interview, "It's basically about a relationship where someone doesn't speak about having a problem and you can see that they're upset but they're just not talking. It's an irritating situation so I thought I'd write about it." The video won the "Best Video Award" at the 2004 MOBO awards.