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The name currently in use is a fan translation of the Portuguese name.
In the music video, children are seen building clay dolls of Pikachu and Eliana. Somewhere else, the real life Eliana is also seen singing and dancing. Once the dolls are finished, the children leaved the room, and then both dolls are seen moving in stop motion animation. They stop moving when the real life Eliana enters the room. She places both clay dolls on a high shelf and goes away again.
Pikachu falls from the shelf and becomes flattened. Eliana goes after Pikachu and lifts him up, then Pikachu releases some electricity. At this point, the Eliana and Pikachu dolls are not made of clay anymore; the real life Eliana herself is seen in the role of Eliana doll, and Pikachu is interpreted by someone in a full-body Pikachu costume. There are oversized toys around them, including a toy ball that moves by itself and falls in their direction; Eliana and Pikachu dodge the ball by quickly running away.
Later, the children return again. The small Eliana and Pikachu initially try to hide from the children, but then show themselves, and the children are surprised to see the small living dolls on the table. An energy meter indicates that Pikachu is out of electricity, and one of the children offers him a battery. Sometimes, both Eliana and Pikachu dolls switch between clay animation and real life versions. Pikachu holds the battery, which causes his electricity to be recharged, and he releases a bright light. At the end, the real life Eliana enters the room and wants to see the dolls. The children try to hide them from her, but then run away. Eliana holds both the doll of herself and Pikachu, but they do not move in front of her. She places both dolls on the high shelf again and leaves. Once the dolls are by themselves once more, Pikachu falls from the shelf again.