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: But... but they were his men. Harmonica
: Yeah. Jill
: And they tried to kill him. Harmonica
: They must've found somebody who pays better. Jill
: And YOU! You saved his life. Harmonica
: I didn't let them kill him, and that's not the same thing.
: If you want to, you can lay me over the table and amuse yourself, and even call in your men. Well, no woman ever died from that. When you're finished, all I'll need will be a tub of boiling water and I'll be exactly what I was before - with just another filthy memory! Cheyenne
] You make good coffee, at least?
: You deserve better. Jill
: The last man who told me that... is buried out there.
: [carrying around Brett's photograph
] You wake up one morning and say "World, I know you. From now on there are no more surprises," and then you happen to meet a man like this, who looked like a good man - clear eyes, strong hands - and he wants to marry you, which doesn't happen often, and he says he's rich, too, which doesn't hurt.
: [stares at Harmonica from her window
] Cheyenne. Cheyenne
: Huh? Jill
: What's he waiting for out there? What's he doing? Cheyenne
: He's whittling on a piece of wood. I got a feeling, when he stops whittling, something's gonna happen.
: Hey, you're sort of a handsome man. Cheyenne
: But I'm not the right man. And neither is he.
: Now I gotta go. Gonna be a beautiful town, Sweetwater. Jill
: [with tears
] I hope you'll come back someday. Harmonica
: I could swear we're going to have that strange sound. Harmonica
: Right now.