"Have You Ever Loved A Woman" is a blues standard written by Billy Myles and recorded by Freddie King as Federal single #12384 in 1960. King's single failed to make an impact on its initial release. However, it was later recorded live by Eric Clapton when he was in John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers in November 1965, and with his band Derek and the Dominos for their 1970 album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. Clapton has since championed the song, with live versions appearing on E. C. Was Here, Just One Night (as a medley with Ramblin' on My Mind), on 24 Nights, Live In Hyde Park, One More Car, One More Rider and Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004. The song is the 3rd track on The Moody Marsden Band's live album Never Turn Our Back On The Blues.