|Kick It In Second Wind
Written by: Jimmy & Jane Buffett
Performed by: Jimmy Buffett
This came out of those days at the Troubadour and the famous “third show.” I don’t remember too many of them, as you can imagine the state of a band that takes the stage at two in the morning. The third show at the Troubadour was sort of the “Pork Chop Hill” of rock’n roll-some of us made it, some of us didn’t. I guess I was lucky.
One o'clock in the mornin',
people pilin' into the door.
Drinks are still comin' in and
I'm barely hummin' and the
audience is screamin' 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 lookin like a pris'ner is me.
My mind started to wander,
It's three o'clock in the mornin',
|Shows Played At:|
|08-23-1997: Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD|
|12-08-1975: Constitution Hall – Washington, DC|
|09-10-1975: The Boarding House – Sausalito, CA|
|09-03-1975: The Backdoor – San Diego, CA|
|08-04-1975: Gusman Cultural Center – Miami, FL|
|Number of Shows: 5|