I have always considered "A Day in the Life" to be a masterpiece of musical perfection. Out of everything the Beatles created, nothing tops this. I don't think it is possible. Everything about it is perfectly assembled. It's almost as if it were the ultimate legacy of their time as a band. I don't expect others to agree. I know that our feelings and reactions to things are all individually subjective. That is, we see and hear the universe in our own way, sometimes in a unique way, but mostly in a very common way that everyone can relate to. This song is definitely not for everyone. Too deep, atmospheric, yearning, even scary, full of tension, suspenseful, anxious, morose, melancholy, quiet yet ending in a single explosive chord. It's sort of like portending the end of the universe in one big bang.