Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi confirms a major Jaime and Brienne fan theory from the finale episode

Brienne's last sequence in Game of Thrones Season 8, when she completes Jaime's entry in the White Book, featured a Ramin Djawadi composed song, which was a throwback to season 2. The 'wedding' theme was confirmed by Ramin himself, in an interview.
The White Book, composed by Ramin Djawadi, starts with the same melody as I Am Hers, She Is Mine, from Game of Thrones Season 2.The White Book, composed by Ramin Djawadi, starts with the same melody as I Am Hers, She Is Mine, from Game of Thrones Season 2.
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Many fans were left gutted with the way things ended between Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Ser Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) in Game of Thrones Season 8. In the start of the season, Braime shippers rejoiced as it seemed that their two favourite characters were finally getting their much-deserved happy ending. However, Jaime instead, stranded Brienne in Winterfell and reunited with his sister and lover Cersei Lannister, in King's Landing. What's even worse was Jaime succumbed to his death when the Lannister twins got crushed by rocks.

However, Braime fans had some sense of closure in the last episode, when Brienne, now the Lord Commander, was seen completing Jaime's entry in the prestigious White Book or the Book of Brothers. In the book, the achievement of the members of the Kingsguard is recorded. It was in season 4 when Jaime had spoken to Brienne about the book and how there is time for his accomplishments to be filled. What made the scene even more emotional was the inclusion of GOT composer Rami Djawadi's song titled The White Book.

Fans were quick to notice the resemblance to a song from season 2 titled I Am Hers, She Is Mine. The song was played during Robb Stark and Talisa Maegyr's wedding. Ramin revealed to Insider that a big chunk of The White Book is the wedding theme, as he wanted to give a subtle nod to Braime's relationship. The second half is the honour theme. Djawadi was amazed at how some fans picked up the "wedding" aspect in his composition.

"It shows the power of music. There were no words spoken, but by putting that in there your imagination goes [into] where this could have gone. I wanted people to have that emotion, and have those thoughts. I'm glad it was picked up," Ramin shared.

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