Robin Thicke on New Album, Wooing Paula

The singer discusses his future and why he decided to make his personal struggle so public.
3:17 | 07/02/14

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Transcript for Robin Thicke on New Album, Wooing Paula
Pop super star robin Thicke is here this morning. His brand new album "Paula" in stores now. And he's going to sing "Get her back" in just a moment. Great to have you here. Good to be here. Great to be back. Our fans know you have been writing about Paula for years. Yes. She's been your muse. This album is entitled "Paula." What do you hope she thinks about it? I hope she likes it. You directed the video that we premiered yesterday. You did. It is still madly crazy. And in the video, there are little -- there are children, and there's sort of a wedding party. And you guys have been together since you were very, very young. Yes. Tell me about the inspiration for the video and the choices you made and the song itself. Well, the song was really just -- the songs poured out of me over the course of two weeks. And the whole album pretty much. And when I was looking through some of our wedding photos, sent mental stuff, I saw the pictures of the kids at the wedding. And I thought it might be nice to re-create a wedding from the eyes of the 8 year Olds. And the title "Still madly crazy," does that say it all? We were childhood sweethearts. She's the best person I have ever met. The least I could do would be to devote an album to her. I think that is a beautiful thing. And in the song, "Get her back," in the video, you include text messages. They're powerful and very personal. Yes. What was your reasoning behind including those and sharing those very private -- I actually have no idea what I'm doing. I'm just kind of flying by the seat of my pants on this one. But I just wanted to make something artist I IST out of a difficult period, you know? And in doing so, it's so very private. And you are doing it so public lip. Well, you know, when you -- when you lose the love of your life you don't have much to hide anymore. What would you want to say right now if you had the chance to your fans and Paula? Just to everybody, if you have a good woman, take care of her, guys. The very last song is called "Forever love." Yes. Read the titles of the songs, they are beautiful and run the gamut. You can tell this was written during an emotional high and low period. But "Forever love," you take responsibility for the breakup, and you talk about the fact -- it's very adult. You talk about, hey, we are forever family. Right. Was that -- Well, the album, I didn't want it to be all depressing. I didn't want her to listen to it and make her sad only. I wanted there to be moments where she had hope and positivity that life -- that her and I can still both have a great life no matter what happens, we'll be great friends and parents. Has she respond to the videos and the -- That's all private. I can't speak for her. You have certainly spoken, and you have shared your soul in this album.

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