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For John, this is how he could best exorcise his demons.Then he could confess, without having to really confess, relieve some of his guilt, and still be able to say, "oh, it's just a song"! I think the "I once had a girl, or should I say she once had me? It depends on your point of view." "She showed me her room." That's what girls do when they are interested in a guy. " I believe is just John commenting on the decor, probably (cheap) wood panelling on the walls, very common in those days.I am Norwegian and I think I know where this lyrics comes from.

The idea that the lyrics are "So, I lit a fire..." is clearly just an urban myth--the carelessness of an early transcriber becoming the accepted reality for all eternity. I the magazine Rolling Stones, "100 greatest Beatles songs", among the first 20 songs, Lennon has 11 or 12, !

Mc Cartney has 4, Harrison 2 and Lennon-Mc Cartney have 2 or 3.

" Personally, I would have called in sick; very poor judgement on her part! I don't think that he meant he was going to burn down the apartment, although if Paul mentioned the idea and said, "that would be just like you, John, if she turned you down, you'd burn down the place" I think John would like the triple meaning (1. Just because it is about an affair doesn't mean that he is describing any exact occurances (he is just releasing his thoughts about an affair) The song is about a guy and a girl who want to have sex but neither want to make the first move since its an affiar.

" I told her I didn't, and crawled off to sleep in the bath." He obviously does not have to get up and go to work in the morning, as he is John Lennon, and can go to work (or not), usually either later in the day, or whenever he feels like it, but he leaves the bed because he realizes she is saying she does not want him waking her to have sex again, as she has to get up soon for work. He says "the bath", like "the couch", or not with her. She drops hints (she asked him to stay)so he'll make the first move, but he holds out waiting for her to make the first move.

The bird having flown is an allusion to the marijuana smoke having floated away, so he lights another joint.

Also the line "she once had me" means "she had him at hello", as one might say, and also that she cheated or deceived him (to be had) -- he thought he was going to have sex with her.

She laughed because she knew he wanted her but she didn't have the time and he was in no condition to perform from the wine and the pot.

She was a little embarrassed, flattered and teasing at the same time.

John had said, and I believe it's true, that he was speaking about all of the affairs he had that his wife didn't know about.

I think he felt guilty and wanted to confess, but knew he could not, so he did the next best thing, wrote a song about it!

Even more unique and interesting now that there is all this updated info on the ever popular Beatles classic hit! omg..are the obvious clues:she once had me (he was had, as in being duped or done wrong)told him she worked in the morning and laughed (she denied him sex)woke up alone, and realized that he was a lit a fire of norweigan wood, which was what her room contained and/or was made that don't get this are beyond dense. On December 31st 1967, Buddy Rich and his Orchestra performed "Norwegian Wood" on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'... The only way that the phrase "the fire" could mean arson is if we were already talking about a newspaper report of a specific house or apartment fire, in which case, "the fire" would refer to a specific fire that all the listeners already knew about.

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