She's made it clear that his actions will speak much louder than any words ... but in song, Robin Thicke is going all in to woo back wife Paula Patton.
The soulful crooner's latest plea was at his Atlantic City, N.J., concert at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa on Sunday night, when a fan yelled, "I love Paula!"
"I do too," Robin responded before belting out Al Green's quintessential take me back song, "Let's Stay Together," dedicated to Patton. Guy is not giving up ...
Thicke first paid tribute to the actress at his show in D.C., on Thursday.
"I want everybody here to know that I'm trying to get my girl back," he said before singing "Lost Without U," his 2007 hit single he said Patton inspired.
Patton has yet to publicly acknowledge Robin's emotional cry to stay together, however, she is said to be open to reconciliation if he really changes his ways.
Meanwhile, she was all smiles at the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday night, and looked radiant at Vanity Fair's Annual Oscar party on Sunday night.
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton split in a joint statement a week ago.
The couple have known each other nearly 20 years, having met while in high school. They got married in 2005 and are parents to one son, Julian, 3.
They said the breakup was mutual, but clearly it was anything but.
Patton, 38, and Thicke, 36, became estranged after the Miley Cyrus Twerking incident and her ongoing belief that he disrespected her with his actions.
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