Non-Convex Desires

Words, Music by John DiNardo

Verse 1
I met a women who was oh so fine,
I was sure that one day I'd make her mine.
But when we got to talkin' over a bottle of wine
That's when she said the words that blew my m-i-i-ind

Chorus 1

I've got non-convex desires,
I've got non-convex desires
Don't believe in Lucas'n'Sargent
Don't make decisions at the margin,
Come on baby won't you share
your non-convex desires with me

Verse 2
When we got to making love, she would never stop.
Her face would turn bright red and her breath would get so hot
That when I learned she needed more than just conversation
That woman experienced local non-satiation

Chorus 2
I've got non-convex desires,
I've got non-convex desires
Not everything in life can be
Described twice differentially,
Come on baby won't you share your
non-convex desires with me

Verse 3
I remember the last day I saw her face
She left so quickly and in such haste,
When I asked ``Baby, oh why the bother, oh why the fuss?"
I should have known her love for me
wasn't continuous

Chorus 3
She had non-convex desires,
She had non-convex desires,
``Aggregate them if you can,
but you'll never really understand"
What its like to share your non-convex desires
with me

Verse 4
It's been a while, and I've learned my lesson well.
Too much economics
can lead a man straight to hell
She left a lesson
for each one of us,
No woman could could love a man like
homo-economicus

Repeat chorus 3