How the Web Was Woven
Words & Music:
How the web was woven
In my soul, don't you know
How the web was woven
Can't get loose, can't let go
Like the weave of a spider
Wound around my heart
I'm no longer free
At last I'm where you want me
Don't you know, that's where I want to be?
Spinning 'round like a blue fly
Thoughts of you fill my head
And no matter, oh how I try
I can't sleep in my bed
I've been round for the last time
Oh, girl, what can I do?
Oh the time the web was woven,
How I fell in love, fell in love with you
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Fantastic song from a fantastic album. One of his best!
Funny thing is that this has not for some reason found its way on my playlists but listening to it right now I realise that my musical memory has let me down and can only admit to the class and delivery of the whole performance - 5 stars
Is the M. Most the producer Mickie Most? I remember it's an English song. Elvis recorded several English songs, when Freddy Bienstock got hold on the publishing rights. This is one of the better songs.
This is such a brilliant song and it should definitely be way better known than it actually is. It's one of Elvis' very best songs from the 1970's by far.
A great song from one of the greatest live albums in history.
Very underrated, good song ! Fantastic lyrics,I listen to that song a lot. He should have sing that song Live in 1969 or 1970..
Fantastic song! Elvis in top voice, from a Great album! This song (among Many) would have been great to see live! No one does it like The King! 5stars.
Another gem from the TTWII LP. Not quite as good as "Just Pretend", but close. Sung with emotion, power and yet the slightest bit of vulnerability. 5 stars!
A great song!! I love the outtakes just as much as the studio version, and I agree with the reactions here - too bad he never did it live. This is a 5 star song, shows how versatile Elvis was.
Yes, a very nice recording from a good album. I think it suited him very well. It would have been quite interesting to her him perform it on stage too.
I always thought this was the best song from TTWII, better than Just Pretend, better than Stranger, etc. A great song & performance. A very mature Elvis! Too bad there is not more video of him at the piano. What a tease that was!
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