When The Who was gaining popularity, Pete Townshend found himself living in a very posh neighborhood before he could really afford it, and was disgusted by the way he was treated by the locals. So on his 20th birthday he penned this tune as his manifesto.
Jefferson Airplane's breakout hit was written by Grace Slick's brother-in-law and first performed by her in a band formed by her then husband. Ain't nothing but a family thing.
Despite the lyrics, David Allan Coe's breakout hit isn't about a woman.