The crooning missus of French prez Nick Sarko this morning unveiled her latest album free online - ahead of its official release on 11 July. Yes indeedy, Carla Bruni's dulcet tones are now available to subscribers on a "single time-credit of two non-consecutive hours" during which fans can sample the delights of Comme si de rien …
Comme si de rien n'était
This isn't about the Irish Lisbon vote by any chance?
Her love is like coke is she talking about the cost of maintaining the habit? I can't imagine she comes cheap.
No comment, sort of
Unlike RyanAir I dont have a spare £60K to drop if I say something irreverent or rude about La Bruni and her er.......friend.
So can I just be the first to say I for one welcome the dulcet tones of our new warbling French overlordress.
qui donne un baiser?
@No comment, sort of
"I for one welcome the dulcet tones of our new warbling French overlordress"
Overlordress? I suspect sub-consciously you were/are considering her simply "overdressed", n'est pas?
The one with the holes in the pockets.
@No comment, sort of
Maybe, I just couldnt decide whether 'overlordress' or 'overlady' was the correct form of address.
I'll stick to trance
Cant stand music with any sort of singing on it whatsoever.
Just give me a synthed melody and heavy bass and I'm happy.
mines the one with integrated Neodymium magnet headphones and equalizer faders that is currently pumping out 'Twister' by John '00' Fleming and the Digital Blonde at full volume and bass.
Trance is the choice of the true IT professional.
Seeing as how Le President is her squeeze, if I illegally download 'deadly lurve' or whatever its called will I be banged up on Devils Island for the rest of my time?
la bruni and la moderatrix are one and the same, non?
Re: fess up
Haha! I wish I had her wardrobe allowance.
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