Will Robin Thicke's New Song Win Back Paula?

The singer reportedly is going to make a bold and public move live on national television to win back his estranged wife.
1:49 | 05/16/14

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with singer, robin Thicke, making a bold and public move to win back his estranged wife, Paula patten. He intends to send her an unmistakable message at the billboard awards on ABC, with a new song. Mara schiavocampo has the story. Reporter: This morning, ABC news confirms robin Thicke will debut a new song at Sunday's billboard music awards. The tune called "Get her back," reportedly written for his estranged wife, Paula patten, filled with lyrics designed to warm patten's heart. There's a part that says I should have kissed you longer and held you stronger. I will wait forever for you to love me again. Reporter: It's the superstar crooner's latest attempt to bring harmony back to his marriage. They separated, we're told, because of the Miley Cyrus incident at the VMAs. This is just as live and grandiose of a stage to say, I want you back. Reporter: Thicke has made several public attempts to reconcile with patten, since the couple announced their separation in February. The teen sweethearts were married for eight years. I'm trying to get my girl back. Reporter: During a concert in Atlantic City, Thicke broke into his 2007 hit, "Lost without you." ? I'm lost without you ? Reporter: A song Thicke says he wrote for the actress. In the June issue of "Vanity fair," patten says, quote, there's a deep love there. Always was and always will be. We're told Paula's moving closer to him. She's considering letting him back in her life. Reporter: For Thicke, he's hoping it's time for a second chance. For "Good morning America," Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, New York. And we'll get to see that at the 2014 billboard music awards. They are Sunday night, 8:00 P.M.

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