They don't write songs the way they used to.
It's amazing the way she manages to stay calm.
The way he was yelling, you'd have thought he was badly hurt.
I love you the way you are.
These are examples, I found, of the use of "the way".
I was using "in the way" in that way "the way" is used there. But the thing is,
people say, for the last sentence of examples, I can't use "in the way" in place of "the way". That means natives never use "I love you in the way you are" and I'm more confused as thinking the first one is okay with the use of "in the way" instead.
What is the exact difference between "the way" and "in the way"? and
Which case those two are un-interchangeable?