The 'Pretty Lil' Heart' singer has a fight with his beautiful wife, only to make up with her later in steamy love sessions.
Robin Thicke has debuted a Hype Williams-directed music video, which contains a break-up to make-up theme, in support of his latest single "Love After War". Quoting Albert Einstein, he says, "Imagination is much more important than knowledge. Imagine with us now what it's like to make love after war."
Thicke shares screen with his actress wife Paula Patton in this clip. In it, the couple are seen fighting with each other before giving in to their passion. The "Sex Therapy" singer shows off his chiseled abs, while the "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" movie beauty flaunts her slim figure in lingerie.
The song is taken from Thicke's album of the same name "Love After War" which is coming out in the U.S. On November 6. "It is about the inner demons that we all fight, that we all have. It is also about my lady and just having a baby!" he gushed in an interview with Us Weekly at 2011 American Music Awards.
Revealing his secret to keep the spark alive between him and his wife, Thicke said, "My wife is an actress and a mother and a wife and I am a husband and a father and a singer, so we haven't seen each other a lot these last couple of weeks. We won't see each other until Christmas. It is very difficult, but I think the only thing that gets us by is that we have great sex together."
Robin Thicke's "Love After War" music video