Two of a Kind, Workin' On A Full House

Album: No Fences (1990)
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  • Yes, she's my lady luck, hey, I'm her wild-card man
    Together we're buildin' up a real hot hand
    We live out in the country
    Hey, she's my little queen of the South
    Yeah, we're two of a kind
    Workin' on a full house

    She wakes me every mornin' with a smile and a kiss
    Her strong country lovin' is hard to resist
    She's my easy lovin' woman, I'm her hard workin' man, no doubt
    Yeah, we're two of a kind
    Workin' on a full house

    Yea, a pickup truck is her limousine
    And her favorite dress is her faded blue jeans
    She loves me tender when the goin' gets tough
    Sometimes we fight just so we can make up

    Lord, I need that little woman like the crops need the rain
    She's my honeycomb and I'm her sugar cane
    We really fit together if you know what I'm talkin' about
    Yeah, we're two of a kind
    Workin' on a full house

    This time I found a keeper, I made up my mind
    Lord the perfect combination is her heart and mine
    The sky's the limit, no hill is too steep
    We're playin' for fun, but we're playin' for keeps

    So draw the curtain, honey, turn the lights down low
    We'll find some country music on the radio
    I'm yours and you're mine
    Hey, that's what it's all about
    Yeah, we're two of a kind
    Workin' on a full house

    Lordy, mama, we'll be two of a kind
    Workin' on a full house Writer/s: Bobby Boyd, Dennis Robbins, Warren Haynes
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