"Let Love Be Your Energy" is the opening song on Robbie Williams' third album, Sing When You're Winning. It's about the power of love to make the world a better place, with Williams declaring in the anthemic chorus: "If you're willing to change the world, let love be your energy. I got more than I need, when your love shines down on me."
This was the first music video Williams didn't physically star in. Instead, the video takes the form of a computer animation, with a cartoon version of Williams seen running through forests and scaling mountains in search of love. The video caused a stir at the time due to its raunchy sex scenes. Consequently, a more family-friendly edit was issued for television channels to air during the day.
"Let Love Be Your Energy" was the fourth single released from Sing When You're Winning after "Rock DJ," the Kylie Minogue-featuring "Kids," and "Supreme." The song peaked at #10 in the UK.
The line in John Mellencamp's "Cherry Bomb" that sounds like "that's when a smoke was a smoke" is actually "that's when a sport was a sport," according to the published lyric. In that sense, "sport" is an endearment for someone of good nature.
The Prince-penned "Manic Monday" was the first song The Bangles heard coming from a car radio, but "Eternal Flame" is closest to Susanna's heart, perhaps because she sang it in "various states of undress."