Hell is gone and heaven's here, there's nothing left for you to fear, shake your arse come over here - now scream, these are the famous lyrics from Let Me Entertain You, the fifth and final single from Robbie Williams debut studio album, Life Thru a Lens.
The album was Williams first after leaving the band, Take That, and launched what was to become an astonishingly successful solo career.
Let Me Entertain You is a track synonymous with the 1990s, said Natalie Downing, Bonhams
Entertainment Memorabilia Specialist. Youd hear it playing on every radio station, and all over TV screens. It was incredibly popular, and the video, featuring Robbies painted face, showed a surprising new direction for a musician whod once been the poster boy for pop-band, Take That.
At Bonhams sale were offering lyrics from this world famous track, written by Robbie himself.
The sale also includes various outfits worn by Robbie, including the cream two-piece suit worn for the music video of the single Radio, labelled inside Gieves & Hawkes No1 Savile Row London (estimate £5,000-7,000), and a navy blue, military-style jacket with RW monogram, worn by Robbie at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert in 2012 (estimate £4,000-6,000). The concert was staged at the end of The Mall, outside Buckingham Palace and was organised by Gary Barlow. Robbie opened the show with a performance of Let Me Entertain You.
"Doing it for the Kids, The Robbie Williams Collection Sale, will take place at Bonhams Knightsbridge salerooms on Wednesday 15th July 2015.
Bonhams Robbie Williams Charity Sale Doing it for the Kids will be streamed live via the Bonhams website.