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April 11, 2011 at 10:36 PM EDT

In the ’90s, glamazons Carla Bruni and Christy Turlington stalked the high-fashion catwalks and dated rock stars like it was their job—which, as supermodels, it sort of was.

Today, Turlington is a documentary filmmaker and activist for maternal health through her Every Mother Counts foundation, and Bruni is, famously, the First Lady of France, and also a platinum-selling singer-songwriter.

Now the two are reunited via Turlington’s (now Turlington Burns’) upcoming No Woman No Cry, a film following four at-risk pregnant women around the world.

Bruni, along with Patti Scialfa, Sheryl Crow, Angelique Kidjo, Roseanne Cash, and Martha Wainwright, contribute to the album, a companion piece to the documentary, which is set to premiere on the OWN Network on May 7.

Find Bruni’s gentle, lovely  “Le Loup, La Biche et Le Chevalier (Une Chanson Douce)” after the jump:

The song, originally composed and performed by French singer Henri Salvador, can be found on Every Mother Counts, available exclusively at Starbucks stores tomorrow (April 12) and will be on sale through May 9—the day after Mother’s Day.

More on EW.com:

France’s First Lady, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, to star in Woody Allen film

Carla Bruni: First Lady of Song

Review: Carla Bruni, No Promises

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