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The Canadian star also says he and Robbie can identify with where each other are in their lives.
Michael Buble has promised his new collaboration with Robbie Williams is a "catchy" song, and says the two have become fast friends over the past few years.
The 'It's A Beautiful Day' singer has teased the pair's team-up while also praising 'Candy' star Robbie for being someone he can identify with easily.
"I don't think there's anyone in my life, at this point, who I could relate to the way I could with Robbie," Michael revealed to The Sun this week, when opening up about their team-up. "We're around the same age, we've gone through a lot of the same things.
"He's just become a dad, I'm just about to," he explained. "We both have problems, we both probably go too far with things we do, He just talks about it more than I do!"
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The Canadian singer went on to promise fans they won't be disappointed by the pair's new song together, claiming it was inspired by Robbie's love of spotting UFOs in the sky.
"It's catchy and fun, neo-swing," he explained. "One of the lyrics is, 'Soda pop, Yoda what?', Robbie wrote it when looking at UFOs."
Robbie Williams is reportedly planning to follow-up his 2012 album 'Take The Crown' with a new swing record.