'Over Coffee' was written and performed by Liz Kirkman in May of 2015 as a present to her husband Brian for their anniversary that year. Piano, guitar and vocals are all done by Liz. This song has been featured on Woman of Substance Radio, and on 'Connection Radio' at OutboundMusic.com. It was recorded on a 100 year old piano that was gifted to Restoration Road church as our first grand piano, and we could not keep the thing in tune, but it worked perfectly for this song. The song is about a trip that Liz and Brian had made to a coffee shop, where the barista's had assumed that she and Brian had recently met and fallen in love, after they had been married for many, many years. The barista's had commented that they could see the 'new look of love' in Brian's eyes. 'I'm still dressed in all white, when I look into your eyes' was a line in this song that was inspired by that conversation. The copyright is held by Liz Kirkman and used with her permission here. All rights are reserved.
They thought, we were just falling in love. I think we might as well be.
They saw, they saw the way that you see me still. They thought, we were just falling in love.
She sees, she'll know its love 'cause she'll recognize it. He sees, all that he needs to be.
They see, they see the way that you see me still. They know, we are still falling in love.
I'm still dressed in all white, when I'm looking in your eyes.
You give everything right. I'm always falling in Love.
I see, I know I'm not what I used to be. Not near all that I strive to become.
I see, I see the way that you see me, still. Somehow, we are still falling in love.
I'm still dressed in all white. When I'm looking in your eyes.
You see everything that's right. I'm always falling in love.
We were just falling in love.
We are still falling in love.