Mathilda Bohman infuses “I’m okay” with raw emotion


Swedish singer/songwriter, Mathilda Bohman, exhibits a remarkable ability to infuse her music with raw emotion and compelling storytelling on her latest track, “I’m okay.”

The song opens with a reflection on past affection, with imagery of holding hands and fleeting moments lost to the relentless passage of time. Bohman’s delicate vocals carry a weight of soul-searching as she struggles with the realization of allowing someone else to have power over her heart. Yet, amidst the pain and confusion, there’s a defiant assertion of self-assurance: “I’m okay, I’m alright.”

“Surrounded by all of the tears that I’ve cried” and “You said I loved you but it didn’t feel so right” encapsulate the anguish of grappling with unfulfilled expectations and shattered illusions. Accompanied by a haunting melody, “I’m Okay” lingers a profound sense of brokenness and vulnerability, beautifully encapsulated in the line, “broken in pieces on the floor.”

With its heartfelt lyrics, the song leaves a lasting impression to those who have experienced the sting of heartbreak and the healing power of self-affirmation.

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