I love you, I hate you, you've never wanna know what I've been through
Till you walking over broken glass to get to me, that's when I'll let you stay
The Gomez song "Girlshapedlovedrug" (lyrics) seems to be a love song to a tsundere.
"She's Always A Woman" by Billy Joel.
These lyrics come to mind: 'Cause you're my lady/I'm your fool/it makes me crazy when you act so cruel. From the song Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham!
The song "Loco (Tu forma de ser)" by Argentinian group Los Autenticos Decadentes is pretty much a love theme dedicated to a hardcore Type A Tsundere with some dashes of Dojikko.
The song "La mia ragazza mena" (="my girlfriend fights") by Italian group Articolo 31 is from the perspective of a guy who describes his relationship with a Type A Tsundere.
"She Likes (Bittersweet Love)" by Forever The Sickest Kids is about one of these. 'She likes, she likes, she likes to fight and make up/ She likes, she likes, she likes to be alone/ She likes, she likes the heartache of a breakup/ She likes, she likes to be my bittersweet love.'
The subject of the song 'Underneath it All' by No Doubt seems to be a male Type A showing his dere side.
"Blender" by The Pretty Reckless is from the point of view of a Type A.
"Keeps Getting Better" by Christina Aguilera reads like the image song of a Type A Tsundere.
P!nk has done this not once but twice. The first time was with "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)", in which she can't decide whether she wants the guy around or not—Can't Live With Him, Can't Live Without Him. Not exactly sure what type of Tsundere this is, but it's something. Then in her newest single, "Please Don't Leave Me", she plays a definite type A. I'm pretty sure that this is the only love song to ever refer to the beloved as "my perfect little punching bag".
The music video for "Please Don't Leave Me", on the other hand, depicts a Yandere trying to make her ex stay in her home through various violent means.
One of P!nk's songs from her latest album, The Truth About Love, is this. "Sometimes I hate every single word you say/ sometimes I wanna slap you in your whole face/ at the same time I wanna hug you". See?
The song "Girl" by The Beatles is about a girl, who has the habit of dissing the guy around her friends, coolly taking compliments in stride, and bursting into tears when he talks about leaving her. At the end of the song, the singer wonders if she considers this some kind of philosophy, and muses that her mood swings will be the death of him.
Just the Girl, by Click Five. The guy adores a tsundere especially when she's tsun-tsun.
Gugure Kasu/Go Google It, a Vocaloid song by Megurine Luka and Kamui Gakupo, features a very tsundere Luka. If, you know, you count stabbing someone with a spork and denying love for them as tsundere.
Akita Neru is a specifically tsundere fanmade vocaloid. Many of her songs feature her singing about how much she hates the other vocaloids, and then taking it back in the end, saying that she really does love them, but cannot show it.
Skye Sweetnam's Tangled Up In Me. It's about a girl who has a crush on a guy, but is mean to him in order to win his affections. 'You wanna know more, more, more about me/ I'm the girl who's kicking the Coke machine/ I'm the one who's honking at you 'cuz I left late again/ Can't you see I want you by the way I'm pushing you away?/ Don't judge me tomorrow by the way I'm acting today/ Mix the words up with the actions, do it all for your reaction/ Get tangled up in me
With lyrics like “You’ve won me over in spite of me” and “Don’t be surprised if I love for all that you are/ I couldn’t help it/ It’s all your fault” Alanis Morissette’s “Head Over Feet” appears to be about a former tsundere who used to be big type a but after admitting her feelings became almost pure deredere.
Miley Cyrus' "7 Things". For the entire first half of the song, it's a girl going on and on about the "7 things she hates" about her boyfriend, and how their relationship is on the rocks, though she always ends her list with the fact that he 'makes her love him' as the 7th thing. Not only that, but at the very last chorus of the song, she goes into full deredere mode by listing the 7 things she likes about him.
Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough” is a song from the a POV of an archetypal type a. A very tsuntsun woman wonders if her love interest is strong enough to handle the her tsuntsun tendencies; in the deredere chorus, she nearly begs him to be strong enough.
Hatsune Miku's song "The World Is Mine" is sung from the view of the self-proclaimed "number one princess in the world!" Most of the song is spent bashing a boy, ordering him around and complaining that she's "not selfish," but she really just wants her "Prince" to hold her hand, take her out for sweets and call her cute.
"She's Killing Me" by A Rocket to the Moon seems to be about one ("She'll pick a fight for no good reason/She knows I'll never leave/I love her half to death/But she's killing me"). Prime example: "So I went out and bought her roses/ She complained about the thorns/ I caught her smiling/ And that's what I do it for."
Jonathan Coulton's "Not about you"Is a song, completely not about a girl a male tsundere still has a thing for after a break up. Some great tsundere lines: "And when I call you up, you're not home, well I might not even care." "And I saw you shopping at the grocery store, but I was far to busy with my cart to notice, you weren't looking at me."
"Slide" by the Goo Goo Dolls.
"Just The Girl" by the Click Five.
If it's about the same girl "Angel To You [Devil to Me]" is about, then she's definitely a Type B tsundere.
"Bitch" by Meredith Brooks reads like the image of a Type B.
The Rolling Stones song "Under My Thumb", where the narrator celebrates finally gaining leverage and making it with a Tsundere.
The Fratellis and their "For The Girl" on both sides.
Selena Gomez's "Round and Round" describes a male Tsundere of indeterminate type.
You see me standing there
And act like you don't know me
But last night you were calling me
Saying you want me
The Cyril Tawney song 'Chicken On A Raft' (recently re-popularized by the viral website http://www.chickenonaraft.com/) makes reference to a girl whose "heart was like a pusser's shower,/ Run hot to cold in a quarter of an hour!"
Taylor Swift's song "The Way I Loved You" alludes to a tsundere-like relationship in the chorus, as compared to a more traditional, nonviolent one she shares currently. It stands out, because most of her other songs carry an Unlucky Childhood Friend/I Want My Beloved to Be Happy feeling.
Space have written songs about both kinds. The girl in 'Quiet Beach' seems to be a Type A tsundere, and the girl in 'The Ballad Of Tom Jones' is an extreme one. 'Turn Me On To Spiders', meanwhile, is about a Type B.
She's scared of the spiders and she's scared of the dark