Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

We're all well aware that Paula, Robin Thicke's win-her-back concept album is at best unpalatable and a bit creepy, at worst a crock of pitiful stalker-y shit. Our friends at Vulture have pointed out some of the more particularly passionate (read: shudder-inducing) lyrics on his various tracks, and here at Jezebel, we've decided to present some of them to you the best way we know how: with adorable and pathetically sopping wet animals.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

"You think by now," but it doesn't seem to be the case.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

Robin Thicke must be the absolute WORST at Superbowl parties or any other dip-heavy events.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

I'm actually certain this song is not actually about Paula, but rather a clandestine tryst with the Lucky Charms leprechaun.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

The man rhymed "roses" with "toesies." Clearly Paula has some thinking to do.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

Well this is awkward.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

UH. WHAT. HOW. HOW ARE THESE LYRICS. NVM. NOT WORTH ASKING.

Robin Thicke's Paula Lyrics Are as Pathetic as a Soaking Wet Animal

Because I truly think a raccoon behind a fence is Robin Thicke's animal counterpart.

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