Six Texas Rangers
Rode in the sun
Six men of justice
Rode into an ambush
With death for all but one
One lone survivor
Lay on the trail
Found there by Tonto
The brave Indian Tonto
He lived to tell the tale
His wounds quickly mended
And then in the night
Six graves were put there
To hide from the outlaws
That one man lived to fight
He chose silver bullets
The sign of his name
A mask to disguise him
A great silver stallion
And thus began his fame