Songs that Neil sings avowedly using a female lyrical persona

Neil sings a number of PSB songs from a feminine perspective, adopting a female lyrical persona. This list attempts to document such songs, although it includes just those for which Neil has expressly stated at one time or another that the narrator is female when he sings them. So it does not count tracks that:

In other words (regarding this last point), keep in mind that though a song may have been written originally with a female singer in mind, it doesn't necessarily mean that when Neil sings it, he retains the female persona. For instance, consider "Nothing Has Been Proved," originally sung—or at least first released—by Dusty Springfield. Just because it was originally sung by a woman doesn't mean that when Neil sings it the narrator is still female. (If anything, the narrator of that song seems to be omniscient, essentially devoid of gender.) In such cases, I would list the song here only if Neil has said that when he sings it, he's indeed singing from a feminine perspective.

Given those perhaps convoluted restrictions (at least they make sense to me), here, in alphabetical order, are the songs that make the cut:

I should also note that Neil said in the booklet accompanying the 2017 reissue of Fundamental that "Fugitive" is written from the perspective of the sister of a terrorist. But the very next year, in his 2018 book One Hundred Lyrics and a Poem, he wrote that it's told from the perspective of the terrorist's brother. So it would appear in that case that the possible femininity of the narrator isn't a significant factor, if it's even a factor at all.

To be honest, the list isn't as long as I thought it would be. So I suspect I've missed a few. If you're aware of any others, —but remember, before I can add a song to this list, I need evidence that Neil has actually said he's singing from a female perspective.