Michael Gerber
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This, just received today from commenter “Otto Didact,” capping our conversation on the true/hidden meaning of “Norwegian Wood”:

I’ve heard from a very, very reliable source – literally the horses mouth – that “Norwegian Wood” was just a play on words as Lennon loved to do. It sounds an awful lot like “knowing she would” doesn’t it. As in isn’t it a nice knowing she would/will put out. Think about it. Much more clever and subtle, as The Beatles were, than burning down a house. How ridiculous. And Lennon at that time in his life wasn’t getting blown off much. As in never. Of course he got laid and that’s what he’s writing about and wanted to hide from Cynthia. Pretty simple and simply brilliant when you think about it. Case closed.

Closed? Perhaps, perhaps not—but I love this. It should be true. Thanks, Otto.