Original version features Thomas set against various backdrops, most of which feature crowded scenes. It starts out with Rob in a rainy day in a city, singing the song under an umbrella (a reference to the film's rainy opening). The camera pans out at the chorus to show various people in the city. The next verse begins with Rob on a rooftop in the city (a reference to the building rooftop which the film's protagonist, Lewis, spent much time on and various important events of the film take place on), playing an acoustic guitar while singing, and at the second chorus, the camera again pans out to show window views of various people engaging in different activities. The bridge shows Thomas at a kids' softball game (a reference to Goob, Lewis's roommate at the orphanage who revolves around baseball and is a little league baseball player). A kid hits a home run ball, which carries onto a beach, and in front of a house on the coast of the beach, Rob sings the last of the song while people play around on the beach.
The kid that looks up at the rain and holds the hand of the girl near the end of the video bears a striking resemblance to the main protagonist of the movie, Lewis. The girl with a gallery of frogs (the younger version of Franny, the mother of Wilbur) is referenced as well near the end. It ends with Thomas walking off the beach into the sunset.
The second version is essentially the same, but with additional footage from Meet the Robinsons spliced in.