"Have You Ever Loved A Woman" as written by and Billy Myles....
Have you ever loved a woman
So much you tremble in pain?
Have you ever loved a woman
So much you tremble in pain?
And all the time you know
She bears another man's name.

But you just love that woman
So much it's a shame and a sin.
You just love that woman
So much it's a shame and a sin.
But all the time you know
She belongs to your very best friend.

Have you ever loved a woman
And you know you can't leave her alone?
Have you ever loved a woman
And you know you can't leave her alone?
Something deep inside of you
Won't let you wreck your best friend's home.


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"Have You Ever Loved a Woman" as written by Billy Myles

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    General CommentThis version crys, torments, grabs at your stomach, turns you inside out - wow!!!! such passion, feeling, emotion - stunning first time performance
    nagromnaion February 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe whole Layla album was about Patti Boyd, but this re-written version of a Freddie King song in 1962 ( written by Billy Miles) is adapted by Clapton.
    Any guy who has been in love with a married woman can identify with this - it is a really painful song.
    nagromnaion October 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis is my favourite 'Have You Ever...'

    Clapton, Duane Allman, fantastic and hugely agressive solos, what more could you want?
    IsAnybodyInThere?on March 28, 2007   Link

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