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Have You Ever Loved A Woman
Freddy King
(Myles)
Freddy King (vocal & guitar)
Sonny Thompson - piano, Bill Willis - bass
Phillip Paul - drums
Recorded: Cincinnati Aug 26, 1960
Federal Records single #12384




Have you ever loved a woman
So much you tremble in pain?
Yee-es!
Have you ever loved a woman
So much you tremble in pain?
Yee-es!
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
Yee-es!
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

(guitar & instrumental)

And yee-es!
Have you ever loved a woman
One that you know you can't leave her alone?
And yee-es!
Have you ever loved a woman (sing!)
Onet you know you can't leave her alone?
A- yee-es!
But there's something deep inside a-you
Won't let you wreck yo best friend's home.

Yea-ay-ay-ay.
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