If you would like to cry before Sunday, you can now listen on repeat to Dany and Jon's theme from "Game of Thrones"
Since the very beginning, Game of Thrones has loved to mess with our emotions. But up until the last episode, “Beyond the Wall,” they’ve never messed with my emotions quite like this. During the closing moments of the episode, Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen held hands for like 15 seconds, and honestly, I’m still shook.
The rest of the internet seems to be pretty shook, too, as many fans continue to grapple with their #Jonerys feelings. And there’s that whole incest thing, since they are technically aunt and nephew, but I think we’ve all come to agreement on the fact that’s neither here nor there now, and if Jonerys doesn’t happen, no one should get to sit on the Iron Throne.
Ahead of Sunday’s season finale, the Game of Thrones soundtrack is here, and it includes many beautiful songs from Season 7 — including one that is guaranteed to make you cry, because it’s Dany and Jon’s theme. Say hello to your new favorite, hella emotional 2 minutes and 9 seconds!
The song, titled, “See You For What You Are” is exactly what you want it to be, and so much more. The title comes from a line bedridden Jon says to Dany when they’re discussing him bending his knee to her. Dany brings up the fact that he’s King of the North, so what about the people who have sworn alliance to him? That’s when Jon tells her everyone will love and respect her like he does, and “see you for what you are,” and wow, whoever is chopping onions in here needs to STOP.
You were probably sobbing too hard during this scene to really pay attention to the background music, but now you can listen to it on repeat from now until 9 p.m EST / 6 p.m. PST on Sunday. Happy shipping! Happy crying! Happy Jonerys!