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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 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.
As it is, the phrase indicates that the words "the fire" refer to a specific fire that the listener would already know about in this house or apartment, such as what would be in a fireplace.
The Beetles did have a sardonic relationship with their fans, so Paul's sarcastic comment that it was about John torching the place of a girl refused him was clearly hyperbole about John's skill in bedding women. Someone who can essentially seduce anyone he wants isn't going to be so upset at a frustrating evening that he torches a woman's home for not putting out. What's really important is to listen to the lyrics as sung, not as assumed.
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!