Is it grammatically correct to say sentences like these:
The bridge is over the road.( Meaning: The bridge is above/on a higher level than the road)
The painting is over the sofa. (Meaning: The painting is above/on a higher level than the sofa)
The helicopter is over the helipad. (Meaning the helicopter id above/on a higher level than the helipad)
The blanket is over Lisa. (Meaning: The blanket is on Lisa covering her body)
I know that we could use “over” this way and it would be grammatically correct:
The bridge over the road is very shiny.
The painting over the sofa is a beautiful one.
The helicopter over the helipad is an army helicopter.
The blanket over Lisa looks cozy.
Context: I think it would be wrong to use “over” in the “x is over y” structure like in the first four examples, but since I was not completely sure I had to ask you for your opinion. There is a song called “I’ll Be Over You” by Toto. The structure in the name of the song kind of bugs my ears. So I had to ask this question.