Formal structure of  "You Like Me Too Much":
Intro (coda) 0:00-0:10
Verse 1 0:10-0:31
Verse 2 0:31-0:53
Middle 8 0:53-1:04*
Verse 3 1:04-1:26
End of verse 1:42-1:48*
Middle 8 1:48-1:58*
Verse 4 1:58-2:25
Coda (intro) 2:25-2:35
Comments: In a Beatles first, the Middle 8 has two distinct sub-sections:
I really do.
And it's nice when you believe me. If you Leave me,
In a Beatles fourth (after  "From Me To You", and  "A Hard Day's Night", and  "The Night Before"), the solo section replaces the first half of a verse, with the end of that verse remaining as previously heard.
While not perfectly matching, the initial chords of  "You Like Me Too Much" and  "Something" are very similar. Observe the two graphics below. The first is the beginning of "You Like Me Too Much", the second the opening of "Something". Though the two are in different keys, their chord progressions (analyzed in Roman Numerals below the staff) are nearly identical - both concluding with bIII-V (although in the former it's a V7 and in the latter it's just a V)-I.
To make the comparison easier, here is the same excerpt from "You Like Me Too Much" transposed to C (the same key as "Something"):
And to sonically illustrate, here is an audio clip layering the two:
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