Robin Thicke Declares: “I Wrote ‘Blurred Lines’ About My Wife”
Having a blast in the City of Lights, Robin Thicke showed up at La Petite Maison de Nicole in Paris, France on Sunday (October 13).
The “Shooter” singer was happy to pose for a photo with the establishment’s director Ghislain Evraert after enjoying a delicious meal inside.
Meanwhile, Robin told BBC’s Newsbeat that his hit single “Blurred Lines” is actually about his wife Paula Patton.
Thicke explained, "I don't think people got it. I wrote it about my wife … she's my good girl. And I know she wants it because we've been together for 20 years."
Robin’s dad, “Growing Pains” star Alan Thicke, even came to his son’s defense- "I think that there are blurred lines within the 'Blurred Lines.’ Robin's point of view, I think, in his own parts of the song ... is kind of female empowerment when you look at it."
"It's not so much, 'We know you want it' — it's 'We hope you want it.’ It's still a guy waiting for permission, saying, 'I'm not your maker.' Nobody grabs anybody; we're waiting for permission here. And not only that, but it's guys trying to be cute and funny."