In the middle of the album, "Pull" just seems to ring true again about (you guessed it) love. This time it's a bit more outwardly happy in the melody. "But y'figured out that the least you could understand / Your heart is open to someone else's hand." Love sometimes manages to pull the breath from us, just like falling down in the snow. But its almost calliope-sounding keys give this song a strong feel of fun while keeping that atmospheric piano behind the scenes.
"In the Way" bears a melody that is at once sad, but honest: "How did we fall in love in a week / And how do we get away / How do we see if the cracks in the plan / Are the reasons that we play the game." Again, it's simply Wolf and a piano telling an honest story about romance. Sometimes things don't work out and "if it's all not fair, then why are you here." Sometimes we have to look deeper than the fun we're having to see that something isn't good.
Spiders manages to express the complexities of love without seeming trite. I think that's this artist's gift, telling stories of love when it goes right and also when it falls apart.