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By Robyn Ross,

Robin Thicke wants his wife back.

On Sunday's BET Awards, the singer debuted his new song — aptly titled "Get Her Back" — and opened the performance by dedicating it to Paula Patton saying, "I miss you, I'm sorry." The couple announced their split in February, but Thicke has repeatedly made attempts to win her back.

Check out photos of Robin Thicke and Paula Patton through the years

Following the show, Thicke tweeted to his "Forever love," writing:

In case those bold statements weren't enough, Thicke's newest album is titled Paula




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