"Kick It In Second Wind" as written by and J. Slagsvol J. Buffett....
One o'clock in the morning,
People piling into the door.
Drinks are still coming in and
I'm barely humming and the
Audience is screaming for more.
Somebody's locked in the bathroom,
Manager can't find the key.
I pay that man but from where I stand,
It's looking like a prisoner is me.


So won't you kick it in second wind
We got two more hours to go.
Is there anymore hope of scoring anymore coke,
And we've still got to do another show.

My mind started to wander,
In the middle of the second song
Dreaming I was at sea, just my baby and me
When the words started coming out wrong.
Waitresses are picking up glasses,
The bartender screamed last call.
When I looked to my right I saw a terrible sight
And the bass man took a bad fall.

It's three o'clock in the morning,
Running on adrenalin.
What I'm trying to say is that tomorrow's the day
And we've got to do it over again.

Lyrics submitted by EnjOy IncUbus

"Kick It in Second Wind" as written by Jane Buffett

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentwhat a perfect song for exam week, when all you want to do is see the ocean again and you have only so much more to do.
    caseyjoneson May 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIt's not

    "I pay that man but from where I stand..."


    "I pity that man"
    Aristocrackeron December 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is definitly the song i turn on at 5am when i am pullin an all-nighter for my studio projects
    buffettfan87on March 12, 2009   Link

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