It's very melodic, and I like it a bit, but.... "Another Day" and "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" were the only two Paul songs to get extensive airplay in the States for the first couple of years after the breakup, and, of the two, I much prefer the latter. "Another Day" sounds too much like Paul's previous stuff, almost as if he was repeating himself. "Another Day" goes on for at least one verse too many, it's just a bit too perfectly produced without variety or tempo changes or all those sorts of things that Paul usually excelled at, and it's way too downbeat. It just sounds like everybody should be crying when it's playing. Not the first Paul single I would reach for off the shelf. I think much of its popularity upon release was simply due to afterglow from "Abbey Road" and "Let it Be," both bona fide masterpieces by Paul and those three guys who were backing him.