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'I've Had Enough' from the seminal Who album Quadrophenia.
It's probably one of the lesser-known tracks from the album and I've never heard it played anywhere on air. It does however, have a a great build up of frustration and anger in the verses, completed by a superb mini chorus in it with Pete Townshend singing alone the words:
"My jacket's gonna be cut slim and check, maybe a touch of seersucker with an open neck. I ride a GS scooter with my hair cut neat, I wear my war-time coat in the wind and sleet."
I think those sentences are probably the most stereotypical Mod lyircs in any song ever. Ironically told from the perspective of a band that never really were Mods but still... emotive and descriptive.