Favorite Who Songs?

Was on the Gimme Shelter board recently where someone had started a favorite Rolling Stones songs thread, so I thought, why not here?

As a long-time Who fanatic, and one who has heard scads of classic-rock radio over the years, many of the "usual suspects" are overly familiar to me now, and so they are missing from my list, which is in no particular order except roughly chronologically. Also, I really like Entwistle's songs.

"The Good's Gone"
"A Legal Matter"
"Whiskey Man"
"Doctor, Doctor"
"I Can See for Miles"
"Our Love Was, Is"
"Substitute" (original single)
"Pictures of Lily"
"Young Man's Blues," "My Generation," "Magic Bus" (all from the original Live at Leeds)
"Heaven and Hell" (LaL expanded version)
"Won't Get Fooled Again" (heard it a bazillion times but it never gets old)
"Pure and Easy"
"The Real Me"
"The Punk Meets the Godfather"
"Slip Kid"
"Success Story"
"Had Enough"
"Trick of the Light"
"A Quick One" (from The Kids Are Alright/Stones' Rock 'n' Roll Circus)
"I Can't Explain" (TKAA)
"Another Tricky Day"

"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." - Hunter S. Thompson


That's a TOUGH one. I've always had a special affinity for 'Who's Next', so I would say 'Bargain' and the full length version of 'Won't Get Fooled Again'.

However, as a Who fan for over 3 decades, there are more. 'Leavin' Here', 'Baby, Don't You Do It', 'Success Story', 'Whiskey Man', 'Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere', 'Sister Disco', and 'Another Tricky Day'.

However, I must say that 'Long Live Rock' is right near or at the top, partially b/c of the ending clips from TKAA. I get emotional seeing them say goodbye over and over set to that song. IMO, they were the best band from the 60s and 70s, live especially. They were funnier and more interesting than the Stones or the Beatles. Their live show heloped set the stage for what would later be punk, and even later, grunge.