How about the girl group that did "He Hit Me (And It Felt Like a Kiss)"?
That was the Crystals. I heard it mentioned a lot but I don't believe it ever charted. I hate to say it but I could imagine Rihanna having a hit today with that same title or theme.
I noticed that through the 70s it wasn't uncommon for a man to address a woman as "woman" in a song. For example in Free Movement-I've Found Someone Of My Own or ELO-Evil Woman, there are hundreds of other examples. Also you don't hear women refered as "mama" which used to be quite common in songs.
Santana's Black Magic WOMAN, circa 1969, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap's WOMAN, WOMAN, (1967?), Helen Reddy's I Am WOMAN, early 70's...
Of these three songs, only "Evil Woman" really belongs. "I Am Woman" is Reddy singing about all women, "Black Magic Woman" is Santana telling us about one particular woman. Only Puckett is addressing one as simply "Woman," in an accusatory fashion.
George McCrae manages to use both "woman" and "mama" in "Rock Your Baby." The "Sexy mama" softly moaned in the intro might be the most memorable part of the song, and the singing part actually begins with a drawn-out "Wooooo-maaaaan."