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Freddie King - Have You Ever Loved A Woman



"Have You Ever Loved a Woman" is a blues song written by Billy Myles and first recorded by American blues artist Freddie King in 1960. The song is performed as a slow 12-bar blues with King's vocal and guitar accompanied by a small combo of pianist Sonny Thompson, bassist Bill Willis, and drummer Phillip Paul.[1]

When the song was released as a single by Federal Records in 1961, only the B-side, "You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling", reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[2] The song was included on King's first album, Freddy King Sings, also issued by Federal in 1961.[3]

 
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Have You Ever Loved A Woman - Live

Have you ever loved a woman
So much you tremble in pain
Yes, have you ever loved a woman
So much you tremble in pain
Yes, all the time you know
She bears another man's name
You just love that woman
So much it's a shame and a sin
Yes, you just love that woman
So much it's a shame and a sin
Yes, you know, yes, you know
She belongs to your very best friend
Yes, have you ever loved a woman
One you know you can't leave her alone
Yes, have you ever loved a woman
One you know you can't leave her alone
Yes, but there's something deep inside of you
Won't let you wreck your best friend's home
Source: Musixmatch
Songwriters: Billy Myles



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