French pop singer Carla Bruni has included a steamy ode to her new husband on her album Comme Si de Rien N’Etait, which was released in France this week and comes out in the U.S. next month. “Ta Tienne” has high-school-diary-worthy lines like “You’re my orgy” and “I am burning for you like a pagan woman,” lines which are elevated to semi-scandalous since Bruni’s husband is French president Nicholas Sarkozy. Another song on the album, the strummy “Ma Came,” has an “I love the cocaine” lyrical vibe that seems to have been borrowed from Buckcherry; imagine if she’d attended the G8 summit this week and our president had gotten wind of her lyrics? I’m already cringing at the awkward jokes he would have made about them. [Times Of London]