After The Piano Guys performed their song "It's Gonna Be Okay" at the presidential inauguration at the beginning of this year, Sir Clifford Richard decided to join the Mormon musicians to record another version of the song.
When they first released "It's Gonna Be Okay," The Piano Guys shared on Facebook:
We’re all struggling with something – a debilitating weakness or illness. Or someone we love is barely holding on.
We hear about hate, terror, and despair. But just because what sells, what goes “viral,” or what gets attention may try to drown out the good in the world, it doesn’t mean that goodness is gone. . . .And in the end, since darkness is merely the absence of light, light will inevitably overcome dark.
This is the essence of hope. And the essence of this song. “No matter what you’ve been through, no matter if you think you’re falling apart, it’s gonna be okay.”
In the meantime, there are so many more things to hope for and to work at while we yearn for the outcome we want so badly—more gratitude for what we have, more love for those we’ve taken for granted, more faith in ourselves and those we hold dear, and more confidence in a Divine purpose.
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