Below is the text from the available samples of Re:
III. On the Way to Work
EMILY: And on it goes, And ev’ryday, The distance grows, Eating away, What was you and I.
LISA: I can’t hear myself think. It’s only five to nine and I need a drink.
JOHN: How much longer ’til we get there, I should have called in sick to work. Would I waste all my time online there, If my boss weren’t such a jerk?
EMILY: And on it goes, And we pretend, A light still glows, There at the end, You give what you get.
JOHN: Get another cup of coffee, My only respite from the rat race. Yet another cup of coffee, ‘Til stronger drugs are legal in the workplace.
IV. At Work
LISA: I’ve been asleep now for days, I’ve been asleep now, for maybe weeks, Just awaking from a long slumber, I feel the blush back on my cheeks.
JOHN: The office has a hum, It’s always been there, but right now it sounds like songs, Sung just for me, and it’s the sound of victory, And I thank you constantly, For the effect you’ve had on me.
V. On the Way Home [Conclusion]
*Note the sample clip begins immediately following the emergency train stop.*
EMILY: Listen how, it’s all so quiet now, Set in a stationary undertow, a mile below the urban ocean.
JOHN: Trains stopped on a track, Only moving forward and back.
LISA: Look at how, in all the windows now, The tunnel walls that define our connection, superimpose our reflections.
JOHN: Deviating from the course it stays, Waking after weeks and days.
EMILY: Listen how we have no words, Not silent but unheard.