I’m Okay Though by Sara Kays
When I first heard “I’m Okay Though” I had to sit back for a minute to process the song. While it is not the most fun song to listen to, it almost perfectly put the silent struggle of anxiety into words. I love to listen to this song because it reminds me that I am not alone with how I am feeling. My favorite part is the ending when the music finally aligns with the lyrics and there is a small sense of relief as the different aspects of the song finally work together.
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