Luke, Davey, and their passengers,a gambler, a preacher, and a snobbish Easterner, along with a disgraced former lawman riding shotgun are attacked at a relay station by a band of renegade Indians led by a former Army captain who has turned into a raider and killer and is known for not leaving any victims alive.
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There oughta be some words we can say, Luke. You know, not just the ordinary words you say over graves, but somethin' special - somethin' to thank them for what they've done.
Fittin' words are kind of hard to find, Davey boy. I reckon what we feel inside is more important than just plain words.
I keep thinkin' about what Mr. Dunlap said about how his folks told him that he had a guardian angel to look after him. I guess you and me were lucky, Luke... We had four.
Music by Skip Martin
Lyrics by Terry Gilkyson
Vocals by Bud and Travis See more