Here’s a quick English lesson involving a phrase that contains the word “tango”…
The phrase is NOT “it needs two to make a tango.”
The correct expression is: “It takes two to tango.”
Halimbawa, may aberya na nasasangkot ang dalawang tao. Malamang dalawa ang may kasalanan, di lamang isa, lalu na kung magkasabwat sila. Dalawa kasi ang sumasayaw, di lamang isa.
If two people colluded or worked together on something that eventually goes wrong, you can’t say it was just the fault of one of them, because BOTH of them were involved.
Hence, the saying: “It takes two to tango.”