Who is andrew bird dating Chat strip girl
"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.He sits on the rug waiting for her to tell him to use the bed.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.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.
" 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.
This song is about a memory from a cabin in Norway made of Norwegian wood and the girl of course.
If you guys have seen twin peaks and been to the state of Washington , there you have the Norwegian style of cabins.
Join her in her flat, "sit anywhere" would be an invitation to the bed since there's no other furniture as her laughing points out, but he's too shy, too married, or something.
He sits on the floor, they "rap" all night until she has to get some sleep (no sex, missed his opportunity), he sleeps in the tub (could have been on the floor, but tub is funnier), finds her gone in the morning, lights a fire and thinks about it.
The bird having flown is an allusion to the marijuana smoke having floated away, so he lights another joint.