So, you’re back on the market
Honey, I can tell by the way you advertise
You’re more efficient with your clothing
Your skirts are rising over your thighs

You call it pretenders
And I suppose you expect mine
Well there’s an opportunity cost for that
And mine’s been rising since the day I gave up playing your games

And I’m not sure you understand the principles of love and economics
Too well, no

You should differentiate your product
If you’re really serious about supply and demand
See, right now you’re competing with the thousand other girls
Who will cut back on their clothing
It’s an over-saturated industry

Last time I thought you had something different
I thought I saw a trace of love behind those eyes
But you just ran to the buyer who could show you the best price

And that’s just love and economics
Yeah, that’s just love and economics
That’s just love,
Oh that’s just love,
That’s just love and economics.


Lyrics submitted by Vinnyz95

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