I know, that's an incredibly hard question. Most people don't have just one, but they can narrow it down to a top five or so. It may be because you've listened to that song since you were young, or it had some emotional impact, or it just rocked harder than anything else. If you want, you can tell us about the song, why it's important to you, and anything you want. It's story time. Also, if you don't like someone's favorite song, that's on you. I think my favorite song (or one of, at least) is by the band Genesis. I grew up with that band. My first cassette tapes in the late 80's were of Genesis and Phil Collins. The most played tapes I had were Phil's No Jacket Required, and Genesis's Invisible Touch. Sure, they had better stuff, but I was just a child. I didn't know. Cut to almost 30 years later, and Genesis still holds up for me. I got to see Phil a couple years ago when he was doing his final solo tour with the Motown covers and it was interesting but he didn't play his stuff. He's coming back again to tour again, so that's a plus. Who knows, Genesis may even decide to reunite over ten years after they stopped in 07. A guy can dream. Anyways, the song I wanted to point out was Domino, off the album Invisible Touch. Invisible Touch was much poppier and 80's than some of their earlier work. It was a smash success album, getting something like 6 Platinums in the states and was their most commercially popular album. No, I won't do an American Psycho-esque rant on the evolution of Phil Collins commercially and artistically, but I will instead post a terrific song for you to listen. As a lifelong fan of progressive rock, raised with bands like Genesis, Yes, Kansas, Rush, and the like, a song like this hit everything I like in that music. Sure, it had some 80's stuff but as a child of the mid 80's that is fine by me. It was one of their last great songs before they fell apart after We Can't Dance, and at over 10 and a half minutes it may be long for some of you. However, the song has two parts: In the Glow of the Night, and The Last Domino. Both parts are drastically different from one another, and the three guys of Phil, Tony and Mike blew me away as a kid and even to this day. I will forever love this band, and this song. I hope you enjoy it, and if not, that's ok too. How about you? Show me what you got!