" Open up my spirits wide
" And let them go
" I will take
"tomorrow's wings and fly
" Nothing's gonna keep me
" Off that glory road
" When that wild wind blows
" I'm gonna ride
" Let the heavens open in the morning
" I'll be up before the dawn and singing
"Let that highway wind carry me
"I knew the day you met me
"I could love you if you let me
"Though you touched my cheek
and said how
"easy you'd forget me
"On that velvet morning
"when our love was forming
"I said it wouldn't hurt me
"if you left me without warning"
I'm fine, thank you. How are you?
It's warm here.
How is it in Hillsborough?
Well, it's warm here, too.
-How did you know?
-When you call, the phone doesn't ring.
It says, "M" is for the million things she gave.
"O" is.... I forgot what O is for.
You seemed to have forgotten a lot of things lately.
-How are you feeling?
-I'm fine, thank you. How are you?
Very well. How's the weather?
It's warm here. How's it in Hillsborough?
-It's warm here, too.
-How's the apartment?
-Oh, great! I love it.
-What'd you do last night?
-Last night? I didn't do anything.
I mean, I didn't go out. I had some friends in.
It was just a little party.
I don't know how many people there were.
Do you have to have a number?
-Twelve and a half. How's that?
-Did they stay late?
They didn't stay too late.
-I'd like to come by and see you.
Donnie, I'm coming into town tomorrow, anyway.
-I have to go to Saks.
-I said no, and I mean it.
I don't give a damn, I said no.
Because we had an agreement, that's why.
We agreed to two months.
I have one month left and I want every minute of it.
Donnie, you are so irritating. I could absolutely cry.
-What is that noise?
-It's coming from next door.
-Who lives next door?
What's her name?
I don't know. I haven't met her yet. I can hardly hear you. Call me tomorrow.
Hey! Will you lower your television?
I can't hear you. Wait a minute.
Sorry. I couldn't hear you.
Please lower your television.
You don't have to turn it off. Just hold it down.
It's not a television. It's a radio.
-Whatever. The walls are like paper.
You can practically see through them.
No, not really.
Hey, how about a cup of coffee?
No, thank you. I just had some.
I meant for me.
Yeah, sure. Come on in.
Hi. I'm Jill Tanner.
-Would you mind zipping up my blouse?
I can't reach back there. Hope you don't mind my inviting myself in.
Not at all. Water will be hot in a minute.
Your living room is much bigger than mine.
-How long have you been here?
-A month. That's not the living room.
That's the whole apartment plus the bathroom.
I've got three rooms, if you count the kitchen.
God, you're neat.
Everything's so tidy.
It's easy when you haven't got anything.
I don't have anything, but it manages to wind up...
...all over the place.
I'm afraid I'm a slob.
Oh, hey, I like your skylight.
I don't have one.
This thing on stilts.
That's my bed.
This is wild!
You like it?
Oh, it's the greatest bed I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot of beds.
Did you build it?
No, some hippies lived here before me. They built it.
Suppose you fall out?
Gee, you could break something.
You could break something falling out of any bed.
I could've had your apartment. I took this one for the bed.
Cream or sugar?
Just black, thanks.
-Here you go.
-Thanks. This coffee will save my life.
I bought flowers and dumb things like dishtowels, paper napkins...
...but I forgot coffee.
You need any dishtowels or paper napkins?
I got some light bulbs, too.
May I ask you a personal question?
-Why don't you want your mother here?
-How'd you know that?
Well, if you can hear me, I can hear you.
I guess the sound must come right up from under that door.
What's that door for, anyway?
Your apartment and mine were once one apartment.
When they converted it into two, they just locked that instead of sealing it.
-You didn't answer my question.
-I forgot what you asked.
Why don't you want your mother here?
It's a long story.
No, it's a short story. It's been going on for a long time.
She didn't want me to leave home. She thinks I can't make it on my own.