"Feudin' and Fightin'" as written by and Al/lane Dubin....
Feuding and fussing and a-fighting
Sometimes it gets to be exciting
Don't like them ornery neighbors down by the creek
We'll be plumb out of neighbors next week

Grandma, poor old grandma
Why'd they have to shoot poor grandma
She lies 'neath the clover
Someone caught her bending over

Picking up a daisy
Feuding and fussing and a-fighting
This is a wrong that needs a righting
Let's get that funeral service over
So then we can start in a-feuding again

Feuding and fighting and a-fussing
That's all that's going on with using
We are such neighborly people peaceful and sweet
All except when we happen to meet
Daughter, baby daughter

Poisoned all the neighbors chickens
Daughter hadn't oughter
Least until she could run like the dickens
They hit her with a shovel

Feuding and fighting and a-fussing
No use a-standing here a-cussing
Let's give our daughter a pistol now that she's four
And go feuding and fighting some more

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"Feudin' and Fightin'" as written by Burton Lane Al Dubin

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