When Garth announced at his July press conference that there was a song on his forthcoming album that rivaled "The Dance" for him, people were both excited and skeptical. How could anything be as powerful and poignant as a song about the end of life, and being thankful for all you've had? But from his first live broadcast performance of "Mom" on ABC-TV's "Good Morning America," people have agreed -- "Mom" just may hold up to everything we know and love about a great Garth ballad. What's as powerful as a life well-lived? A life not yet lived. "Mom" shares the story of an unborn child telling God of his fears about going down to Earth to live. God explains to the baby that He is sending him down to the most kind, thoughtful, and loving person on Earth -- someone who has been waiting and praying for him. It's a powerful song for anyone who has a Mom, is a Mom, is married to a Mom, or hopes to be a Mom. I think that's pretty much all of us, right? The song easily brings a tear to the eye of the listener each time they hear it. Finally, after well over a decade in waiting, we have a song that reminds us exactly why we all fell in love with Garth in the first place. Solid, honest, Country delivery. Emotional lyrics and melody that tug at your heartstrings and leave you wanting more. This ballad isn't a gamble on your playlist; it's an instant homerun. Impacting: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24th.