Only if one person was explaining something which could not be fully justified because of the subjective nature of the topic and could fold up the conversation with "But when all is said and done, I see beyond this material world to a greater reality". Very profound. Or enacting a fantasy. ( ;
Because it doesn't sound like good English, I imagine. "I see over" sounds like it's missing an object..."I see over it", for example, would be more fluent, as in: there is a wall and I see over it.
And "I oversee" is a different meaning, it's a verb implying that you supervise something.
Agreed! As weird as the sentence itself is, the reason I came to the comments was to see if anyone else commented on how strange the fast pronunciation was. I listened several times, couldn't figure it out, listened in slow play to know what he said, then listened in fast play again, thinking the knowledge would help hear all the subtleties, but nope.