Step-up/down modulations

Modulations that move two steps along the circle of fiths. (I to II, I to bVII, i to ii)

I to bVII
Mott The Hopple: All The Young Dudes
Bon Jovi: Always
Beatles: Penny Lane

I-II
Queen: We Are The Champions, Bohemian Rhapsody (ending)
Rod Stewart: Every Beat Of My Heart
Belinda Carlisle: Leave A Light On For Me
Beach Boys: Dont Worry Baby
Bee Gees: Secret Love
Shania Twain: That Don't Impress Me Much

i > IV
Lovin Spoonful: Summer In The City.
This "two keys down" modulation is executed in two quick steps: a "modulation" (just one chord: i > I) to the parallel key (three keys down) and a neighbour modulation (one step back: I = V) similarly as in We Are The Champions (Chorus to Verse: F > f > c#). In the latter it is done in the
opposite direction and much slower.

i > ii
Metallica: Call Of Ktulu (outro: d > e > d, abrupt modulations)

i > bII This jump too takes two keys.