“One’s favourite”: Why “one’s”? [closed]

Brooke Candy “FMU” is my favourite song. But it’s still Brooke’s song. Why can’t I call Brooke’s song which is my favourite “Brooke’s favourite song”? It’s sort of collocation that a possessive pronoun and who likes the song should refer to the same person?

Answer

My favourite’ means ‘the one I like best’. ‘Brooke’s favourite’ would be the one she likes best.

You could say ‘It’s my favourite of all Brooke’s songs’.

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