Who Sang Henny's Song: The Key to My Man? Jimmy Buffett

release date: 1998-4-28
genres: Rock Latin Folk, World, & Country
styles: Zydeco/Cajun/Country/Soft Rock/Folk Rock/Cubano/Country Rock
length: 3:11
composer: Jimmy Buffett
lyricist: Jimmy Buffett

I find myself between two worlds
Bewildered all to hell
Up north I have my mid-town life
Down here my new hotel
What kind of a dream is this
Ion't know where I will land
It's a Caribbean fairy tale
The snow has turned to sand

But he's happy
I understand
And thats the key
To my man

I'd like to have a clearer view
And listen to my hunches
Without the rum-lined Kinjan fog
Of a thousand planter's Punches
Iguess I'll have to let it go
And simply tag along
Just let myself get all caught up
Forget what's right or wrong
What kind of dream is this
That's causing me this strife
My husband's chasing windmills
And I'm still the nervous wife

Cause he's happy
And he's my man
What good's this key in my hand
Oh he's happy
I understand
And that's the key
To my man

  • 1 Intro-The Legend of Norman Paperman/Kinja
  • 2 Public Relations
  • 3 Calaloo
  • 4 Island Fever
  • 5 Sheila Says
  • 6 Just an Old Truth Teller
  • 7 Henny's Song: The Key to My Man
  • 8 Kinja Rules
  • 9 A Thousand Steps to Nowhere
  • 10 It's All About the Water
  • 11 Champagne Si, Agua No
  • 12 Public Relations (reprise)
  • 13 The Handiest Frenchman in the Caribbean
  • 14 Hippolyte's Habitat (Qui Moun' Qui)
  • 15 Who Are We Trying to Fool?
  • 16 Fat Person Man
  • 17 Up on the Hill
  • 18 Domicile
  • 19 Funeral Dance
  • 20 Time to Go Home