His desire to kill the Emperor was truly believable. "The Emperor of the North" (as it is also known) is one of my favorite movies. It is the tale of a train hopping hobo (Lee Marvin) and the efforts by the train security agent (EB) to not just get him off his train, but to end the hobo's life and legend. LM and EB did their own moving train fight stunts, too.
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"...Tomorrow's come a long way to help you."
Tim Davis 'Your Saving Grace' Steve Miller Band (1969)
"...Yesterday's at least a mile back."
Dale Peters 'Dreaming in the Country' James Gang (1971)