The expression "woof and warp" (or "warp and woof") is sometimes used metaphorically as one might similarly use "fabric"; e.g., "the warp and woof of a student's life" = "the fabric of a student's life." The expression is used as a metaphor for the underlying structure on which something is built. Now, is that useful in understanding this track? The matter is in some doubt.
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