Simon Kane takes an interest in a fight between two Civil War veterans when his son is injured by a runaway wagon whose horses bolted during one of their fights. Kane learns that Leo Calloway blames Toby Reese for fleeing the battlefield after he was badly wounded and Reese, tired of running from Calloway, is prepared to make a stand. Written by
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[referring to her previous life as a saloon girl
Mr. Kane, I know that as long as Leo's my husband, I'll never have to go back to that upstairs room again or live that kind of life.
The way he's acting, you might not have him long. He'll either be a killer or a corpse.
Music by Skip Martin
Lyrics by Terry Gilkyson
Sung by Bud and Travis See more