The Bside "Tombigbee" by Tori Amos begins with almost these exact words. It most likely refers to the plight of Native Americans under the early expansionist American government.
To you it's another day
To me it's a grim reaping
Just another shooting star
Hanging on your wire
The extended version of Rob Cantor's "Shia LaBeouf" (which, as the name suggests tells the story of an unnamed protagonist's conflict with Shia LaBeouf, who in the song is a cannibalistic serial killer) features the lines:
Legendary fight with Shia LaBeouf Normal Tuesday night for Shia LaBeouf
Phil Collins' "In The Air Tonight" inverts this, in that the singer, the one wronged, recognizes that the person to whom he is singing may not remember the incident that he can't forget:
I've seen your face before my friend, But I don't know if you know who I am ...
"Just Another Day" by Lisa Dames is a story of a woman who was raised by a single mother, who herself dies in a car accident soon afterward. She uses the chorus to show that her loss isn't that big in the grand scheme of things, and that she will be okay no matter what happens:
No one called from the White House to say The president's making this a holiday People still ridin' in the subway alone It didn't stop anybody's big league game Or sinners from fallin' on their knees to pray Traffic's still movin' real slow all over LA For the rest of the world, oh yeah It was just another day
"The Entertainer" by Billy Joel is a non-villainous (probably) example from the point of view of the one doing the deeds:
I am the entertainer; I've been all around the world
I've played all kinds of palaces, laid all kinds of girls
Lily's arms were locked around the man that she dearly loved to touch, She forgot all about the man she couldn't stand who hounded her so much. "I've missed you so," she said to him, and he felt she was sincere, But just beyond the door he felt jealousy and fear. Just another night in the life of the Jack of Hearts.