There is actually some light at the end of the tunnel for Robin Thicke. While he’s still missing his wife, only selling 500+ units of his latest album in the U.K., and getting bashed by black twitter, Robin has something to look forward to – paperwork from Marvin Gaye’s children, Nona and Frankie Gaye that will help him declare his single, “Blurred Lines” an original piece of work and nothing like, “Got to Give It Up“.

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Back in January, EMI April publishing company and Marvin Gaye’s children were able to come to a settlement about the popular track that included Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell, but the dust has not officially settled between the groups.

Before counter-suing Thicke, the Gaye children went to EMI publishing to force them into suing Thicke – they did not. The Gaye’s didn’t leave empty handed, however they did leave with some evidence that could prove Thicke’s work to be an original. Now, the courts have order Nona and Frankie to hand over the material. Robin may have this part of the case in the bag.

Check out the original court documents.