Robin Thicke and Paula Patton divorced a few months ago, but Robin has been working overtime to win his ex-wife back. He's gone on the record stating that he wants to get back together with her, even though the cheating and affair rumors were allegedly the reason for their divorce. Nonetheless, Robin has tried every trick in the book to get her back, including naming the title of his latest album 'Paula' after her.
However, 'Paula' has actually been met with a lot of criticism, especially for its overt focus on Robin's divorce with Paula. The Daily Beast criticized the way that each of the songs seemed to reference Robin's affairs with other women and the catalysts for his divorce. In one of Robin's singles 'Opposite Of Me', the lyrics state, "If she ever knew that I would never be the man I promised I would be. If she ever knew that I would be running ’round, she never would have stayed.”
He also discusses his 'lack of self control' on 'Still Madly Crazy', and then also mentions his drinking problem and affairs on several other singles. On 'Get Her Back', he sings, "I never should have raised my voice or made you feel you so small. I never should have asked you to do anything at all.”
Paula has yet to respond to any of Robin's pleas to win her back, nor has she commented on his album at all. However, it's clear that Robin is trying his very best to win back his ex-wife, especially since every single one of the songs on his new albums references Paula in some manner or other.