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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.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.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.
"We talked until 2 (a.m., because they are nervous, and trying to get to know one another at least a little, so it won't feel so much like a one night stand, or that you're going to bed with a stranger), and then she said, it's time for bed". I think this is where they are having sex, but he obviously cannot say that, so music is playing instead, courtesy of the wonderfully talented George!
He slept in the bathtub because there wasn't a chair and he was too stoned to leave.
I agree, this is about as straight-forward a little tale as could be.
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.
John said about his songs "They're only words, they don't mean anything". It is about a guy having a sexual encounter in front of a fire place. By the way, Jan and Dean did a great version of this song!