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For John, this is how he could best exorcise his demons.

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.

In 1987 on a work trip to Norway, I cut a small branch off a tree stripped the bark. The best comment on this entire was by Andrew from Philadelphia, who advises everyone to listen to the lyrics more closely.

Still have it as an ornament and conversation piece. Bernard 'Buddy' Rich passed away on April 2nd, 1987 at the age of 69... The line, as sung, is "So, I lit the fire..." It is not "So, I lit a fire..." All the controversy about this song comes from mis-hearing one little word.

( Strawberry Fields is no 3, Yesterday no 4) Lennon´s Norwegian wood is no 12. My cousin who was 15 when this song was released and who is very much into the drug culture told me that Norwegian wood is marijuana.

"This bird had flown" has a double meaning referring to the girl having left the apartment and also that the man's marijuana cigarette had finished.She realizes it's getting late, she really is very interested, and is trying to get him to kiss her/have sex with her. "She told me she worked in the morning, and started to laugh." Exactly that! maybe I meant she turned me down and I torched the place! One day I will ask him, and then I will know if I was right or not! The song has got to be about an affair if Lennon said it himself in Rolling Stone.When you are a girl that has a job, as most girls do, after the sex is completed, you realize it is now 4 a.m., and you have to get up in 2 hours to get ready for work, so you are saying "I have to get some sleep! What happens during the encounter is what needs to be interpreted."So I looked around and I noticed there wasn't a chair." Being sarcastic/funny: "why did you tell me to sit, if you haven't got a chair?" Perhaps she had a very small place, and not much in the way of furnishings (maybe some throw pillows instead of chairs, which is what I had in my apartment, because of the times, and also because pillows are cheaper and I prefer to sit on the floor anyway)."And when I awoke, I was alone: this bird had flown." He wakes up and finds that she has left for work, so he gets up and lights a fire in the fireplace and has a cup of tea, contemplating what has happened the night before (the affair/affairs). (She invites him to her bedroom for crying out loud -they know what's going on - their drinking) She asks him to sit, but there is no chairs - she wants him to sit on the bed.

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