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Robin Thicke Wants to "Get Her Back"

For all you lovers out there who ever created a mixtape for a crush. For all of you who have created a playlist, carefully selecting songs that lyrically defined every feeling you were going through. For those of you who lined up tracks speaking the intense words of your lovesick heart...

Take a back seat to Robin Thicke. 


Via iAfrica.tv
Robin Thicke performed his single "Get You Back," at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards and released the song officially thereafter. The tune is an obvious plea for the return of his estranged wife and baby mama, Paula Patton. The song is sweet, simple, and down right catchy. 

As you well know, Robin and his so-gorgeous-how-dare-you-mess-this-up wife have been separated for several months. According to witness' alleged accounts, Patton still cares deeply for Thicke, but is extremely hurt by his actions following (and perhaps during?) last year's MTV Music Awards. 

Who's to know if this display of affection spread across the airwaves will work. I'm not sure how long the list of things Thicke did wrong is, but this is one well-played apology. 

Watch the first performance below, and check out the song on Spotify.


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