|"Tomorrow I'll Be OK"|
|Single by Airis|
|Released||8 July 2013|
|Label||CNR Music Belgium|
|Songwriter(s)||Yves Gaillard, Jo Casters|
|Airis singles chronology|
"Tomorrow I'll Be OK" is a single by Belgian female singer Airis. The song was written by Yves Gaillard and Jo Casters. It was released in Belgium as a digital download on 8 July 2013. The song peaked at number 40 in Belgium.
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)||40|
|Belgium||8 July 2013||Digital Download||CNR Music Belgium|
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