out of one’s head 正気でない
rough it 不自由する
in years 長年にわたって
with A～ A が～した状態で
seem to ～のようだ
keep one’s mind off 忘れる、～に専念しない
Out of my head.
Is this the elevator ?
It’s my room.
I’m terribly sorry to mention it, but the dizziness is getting worse.
Can I sleep here ?
Well, that’s the general idea.
Can I have a silk nightgown with rosebuds on it ?
I’m afraid you’ll have to rough it tonight.
Sorry, honey, but I haven’t worn a nightgown in years.
Will you help me get undressed, please ?
There you are.
You can handle the rest.
May I have some ?
This is very unusual.
I’ve never been alone with a man before, even with my dress on.
With my dress off, it’s most unusual.
I don’t seem to mind.
Do you ?
I think I’ll go out for a cup of coffee.
You’d better get to sleep.
Oh, no, no.
On this one.
So terrible nice.
These are pajamas.
They’re to sleep in.
You’re to climb into them.
You understand ?
And you do your sleeping on the couch, see ?
Not on the bed, not on the chair, on the couch.
Is that clear ?
Do you know my favorite poem ?
Ah, you’ve already recited that for me.
“Arethusa arose, from her couch of snows,”
“in the Acroceraunian Mountains.”
You just keep your mind off the poetry and on the pajamas, everything will be alright, see ?
I’ll be… it’s Shelley.
I’ll be back in about ten minutes.
You have my permission to withdraw.
Thank you very much.