When Did You Fall In Love With Me

Album: Amusing (2005)
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  • This song is about a man and woman who are friends. The man did not realize his lifelong friend had feelings for him. When he reminisces, "Was it at the coffee shop, or that moment at the bus stop," he is trying to figure out when it was that he became much more than a friend to her and she fell in love with him. >>
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    Jim - Dundee, FL

Comments: 9

  • Mccoy from Joshua, TxThis was our wedding song.
  • Carmen from WorkWhat is the movie title name that plays the "chris Rice" song when did I fall in love with you?
  • Jen from Toppenish, WaIs this from a movie soundtrack or something? Because I heard it the other day and I can't remember what I heard it on...
  • Benu from Garfield, NjI heard this song for the first time the other day and I fell in love with it, I am incurable romantic and hope one day the person I care for would wake up and be just like the man in this song.
  • Janice from Phoenix, AzIt is a charming song. Clean lovely and endearing, two 0people who jsut LOV each other and maybe always have.
  • Tabitha from Redding, CaWhen I first heard this song I fell in love with it. I had no idea that it was a christian song. This is the song that best describes mine and my husband's relationship. It makes me cry everytime I hear it. Thank you Chris Rice for the beautiful song.
  • David from Mahopac, NyThis is a very good piece of music for the romantic. It shows how love can really blossom when you open your eyes
  • Kari from Glendale, AzThis is a great song, it reminds me of so much of my past and it brings back great memories. so i love this song its just so powerful
  • Robin from Jacksonville, NcThis song gives me hope that there is love out there for me!!!
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