Robbie Williams has re-recorded his track 'Time On Earth' in French.
The 43-year-old singer - whose last single 'Love My Life' only reached number 22 in the UK charts - has decided to swap his native English tongue in favour of the language for the new version of the song to release as an exclusive single in France, according to the Daily Star newspaper.
Robbie's latest single in the UK is 'Mixed Signals', but for his loyal fans in the European country he is giving them the electro pop track which is included on the deluxe version of his album 'The Heavy Entertainment Show'.
Robbie has been learning French since 2013 after being inspired by his wife Ayda Field, who used to live in the French capital Paris and can speak the language "fluently".
Plus the silver-haired hunk has vowed to learn to speak it too as his daughter Teddy, four, will be going to a French-speaking school.
The 'Angels' hitmaker said: "I holiday in France, I love French football, my wife speaks French fluently, she spent a lot of time there, our daughter Teddy will go to a French school. If I don't learn French they're going to speak in code and I'm not going to know what they're saying. So I'm going to learn to speak French in time."
The 'Party Like A Russian' singer previously made a French version of 'Supreme', called 'L'amour Supreme', in 2000 from his third studio album 'Sing When You're Winning' and it made it to number 12 in the French singles chart.