Oh, come on.
"Blurred Lines," the highly catchy and pseudo-creepy hit that has helped Robin Thicke's career skyrocket at the age of 36, just got a little creepier. When asked if the song was about anyone specific by BBC, Thicke replied:
"I wrote it [Blurred Lines] about my wife. She's my good girl. And I know she wants it because we've been together for 20 years."
Streeeeetch. Let's do some quick math. Thicke and wife Paula Patton have been together since they were 16, giving another party very little time to attempt domestication. Clearly Rob is just trying to win some points with the ball 'n chain after his ick factor was called into question post-VMAs.
Can't a song just be about nobody?