‘Tis a sad, sad, sadeth day all ‘n’ sundry, for Emma Baby la Bunting has quit the music industry.
The music industry was first set alight by a voice so thin it can slip under even the tightest fitting of doors many moons ago, when Baby la Bunting was a Spicy.
The music industry then accepted her with arms as open as a small rabbit’s flangelina when she emerged, solo you might say, with songs that could have been written in 1952. Or indeed in 1283, on a vagabond’s home-made recorder.
Then it emerged Baby la Bunting had put in a bid for the entire music industry, what with her Spicy millions, but that too failed. Or something.
Baby la Bunting’s last album – Life in Mono – peaked at 65, whilst the single ‘All I Need To Know’ failed to slip into the hit parade. ‘Twas therefore a joint decision between Bunters and her (now former we assume) record company, Universal.
‘(Emma) is looking on the bright side and is happy to concentrate on motherhood,’ someone who knows someone who knows someone else, told The People. Lucky, seeing as Bunty is literally poised to pop out a real life human being.
‘Och well, as a Crankie might say – there’ll always be openings flogging this sort of thing.