Lisbon seen through an alien’s eyes, synced to verses from Álvaro de Campos (one of Fernando Pessoa’s heteronyms):
"Once more I see you, / City of my horrifyingly lost childhood… / Happy and sad city, once more I dream here… / I? Is it one and the same I who lived here, and came back, / And came back again, and again, / And yet again have come back? / Or are we all the I’s that I was here or that were here – / A series of bead-beings joined together by a string of memory, / A series of dreams about me dreamed by someone outside me?
Once more I see you, / With a heart that’s more distant, a soul that’s less mine. / Once more I see you – Lisbon, the Tagus and the rest – / A useless onlooker of you and of myself, / A foreigner here like everywhere else […]"