The song carries us to Soliloquy Lily, who earnestly looks into the camera, wanting to say something. She can't yet.
The tune carries us over to Aaron's apartment, where he carries Miriam over the threshold, with everyone following behind. There's a montage of them moving in a pile of stuff.
Soliloquy Lily's ready to talk now: "So Aaron and Caroline would get married in Paris, and I would meet this French artist who lived in a loft..."
More moving in.
"...And at night we'd go out on those boat with the lights -- oh, those damn boats! What are they called?" Soliloquy Lily thinks hard for a second then proclaims triumphantly, "Bateaux mouches!"
More moving in, accompanied by much laughter.
"Oh, well," Soliloquy Lily says, staring earnestly into the camera and letting go of her dream. "Whatever..."
The move finished, everyone's settled around a table, toasting the new place with plastic cups. Fade to Aaron and Miriam, alone at the table, sharing tea by candlelight. They clink cups just as the song winds down and Donovan sings, "We'll try and catch the wind...."