|"Come with Me"|
|Single by Phil Collins|
|from the album Testify|
|Released||2003 (US promo)|
|Producer(s)||Phil Collins, Rob Cavallo|
|Phil Collins singles chronology|
"Come with Me" is a song by British recording artist Phil Collins released as the second single from his seventh solo album Testify .
The song peaked at #16 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks.
|U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks||16|
Philip David Charles Collins is an English drummer, singer, record producer, songwriter and actor. He is best known as the drummer/singer of the rock band Genesis and for his solo career. Between 1982 and 1990, Collins achieved three UK and seven US number-one singles in his solo career. When his work with Genesis, his work with other artists, as well as his solo career is totalled, he had more US top 40 singles than any other artist during the 1980s. His most successful singles from the period include "In the Air Tonight", "I Don't Care Anymore", "Against All Odds ", "One More Night", "Sussudio", "Take Me Home", "Two Hearts", "A Groovy Kind of Love", "I Wish It Would Rain Down", and "Another Day in Paradise".
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