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Robin Thicke Talks About Blurred Lines Controversy (Video)

Robin Thicke performed this morning on the plaza of the Today Show, in celebration of his new album Blurred Lines, which is out in stores today.

I was watching this morning when Robin said, “When we made the song we had nothing but the most respect for women,” as he talked about the controversy surrounding the song.

“Sometimes the lyrics can get misconstrued when you’re just trying to put people on the dance floor and have a good time. But we had no idea it would stir this much controversy…. We only had the best intentions.”

I personally find that lyrics are a lot more then some musicians think! They are not just any words, they are words you picked to use. You know what they mean, if it was just about music then you could play it with no words right?

Check out his performance of the song and interview at Today.

  • Singing! 1 of 6

    Robin looks incredibly happy to be singing to his fans! Not, sure what they really think about the controversial song! 

  • Coffee? 2 of 6

    I have never seen a musician sing with a cup of coffee in his hands! Have you?

  • That Look! 3 of 6

    At times, Robin really looks like his dad Alan Thicke!! I think it's that hair!

  • Love! 4 of 6

    Robin is getting a little love from one of his backup dancers!

  • The Crowd! 5 of 6

    The crowd seems to be really enjoying their morning, and I guess they are okay with the song?

  • Ladies! 6 of 6

    I think this is Robin's way of really trying to show he meant no harm in the lyrics. But, I still don't know what to believe!

(Photo Source : Pacific Coast News.com)

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