Patricia Kelley (March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)
I always say it takes two to make a person feel uptight.
The one that always thinks they're right,
And the one that will not give up the fight,
Why they can fight all night.
And still be mad when the other one’s out of sight.
Neither one can shake it off.
They like to scoff.
They’ll fight until the rooster crows.
They like to put on a good show.
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