From 1970 (and the B-side of the American version of "Lola") please enjoy The Kinks with the absolutely astounding Dave Davies written-and-sung rocker "Mindless Child of Motherhood."
Younger readers will have to take this on faith, but in the late 60s and early 70s, songs like this one generated a great deal of "Dave Davies is a genius who should make a solo album" talk in rock hipster circles. Said talk rather precipitously declined after 1980, when Dave finally did make a solo album (which in retrospect, I actually rather like, but never mind).
In any case, this is an absolutely freaking killer track, and this is by far the best sounding version of it I've ever heard. It derives, BTW, from the splendid Dave Davies Hidden Treasures album that Universal put out in 2011 as part of their fabulous series of Kinks reissues; it collects just about everything Dave wrote or recorded in the 60s, both with the Kinks or for solo singles under his own name (all with superior sonics) and it's well worth your attention.