London, July 9 : People will now not have to pay a dime to hear Carla Bruni croon about her love for her husband Nicolas Sarkozy.
The French First Lady's record label Naive has confirmed that 14 tracks of her new album 'Comme si de rien n'etait' will now be available for free on www.carlabruni.com from 08.30 BST until July 21.
The yet-to-be-released album will be sold internationally as "Simply", and with all the interest surrounding it, its release has been brought forward by ten days to 11 July.
Mrs Bruni-Sarkozy, for her part, is all to aware that response to album "will not just be musical" and that it "risks being scrambled" by her marriage to the President of France.
However, that said, most early reviews of her work have been positive.
Most of the lyrics speak of love and passing time, and some are clearly a reference to her romance with Sarkozy, reports the Telegraph.
In Ta Tienne (Yours), she sings: "Let them curse me, I don't give a damn. I couldn't care less, I take all the blame I who made men dance/I give myself to you entirely."
In another she opens up about the numbers of men she's slept with.
She sings is "still a child, despite my 40 years, despite my 30 lovers."
Another, "Tu es ma came" (You are my drug), drew a formal protest from the Colombian government for speaking of a love "more deadly than Afghan heroin, more deadly that Colombian white."
Mrs Bruni-Sarkozy has also revealed that the royalties from the sales will go to charity.