90s at 9 Gender Reversal

Jyoti Mishra sings "Your Woman" from a female prospective, making it a rare example of a hit song with gender reversal.

"Your Woman" was the lead single off White Town's 1997 album Women in Technology. It was a big hit reaching #23 on the Hot 100, #5 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks, #16 on the Hot Adult Top 40 and #5 on the Top 40 Mainstream. Making it a rare hit song with gender reversals. 
White Town is Jyoti Mishra who sings the song from the woman's perspective. He says "When I wrote it, I was trying to write a pop song that had more than one perspective. Although it’s written in the first person the character behind that viewpoint isn’t necessarily what the casual listener would expect" Mishra writes that the themes of the song include: "Being a member of an orthodox Trotskyist / Marxist movement. Being a straight guy in love with a lesbian. Being a gay guy in love with a straight man. Being a straight girl in love with a lying, two-timing, fake-arse Marxist. The hypocrisy that results when love and lust get mixed up with highbrow ideals."
White Town "Your Woman" 1997