Start reading the manual or help file on audio mixer and volume settings.
Two ways to do this are: Apply the gain to one clip, then copy and paste the attributes to the second clip. Otherwise, put the two audio clips into their own sequence and nest that sequence in the original sequence. The nested sequence behaves like a single clip.
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>Apply the gain to one clip, then copy and paste the attributes to the second clip.
Not sure that works with any right click options, Eddie. Only for applied effects.
As you follow Harm's suggestion (reading about the audio mixer and volume settings) be sure you look at submixes. (You can put 2 tracks into a submix, then adjust that submix.)