There are a few moments sneaked into this song after the main hook — from around 2:40 to 2:55, and again from 4:34 to 4:50 — that are some of the grooviest bits Van Morrison ever recorded.  “You’re My Woman” appears on his 1971 album Tupelo Honey, which isn’t one of my favorite Van Morrison albums, and the song itself doesn’t blow my mind. But I love those little interludes. They’re not there after every chorus, he just slips them in a couple times to keep things interesting.

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