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Hard to tell with this one. Easy to understand in the context of the "Yellow Submarine" movie, but outside of that? Perhaps a philosophical musing on the working man, so caught up in the daily grind and responsibilities, that he is either afraid of or just putting off his artistic, passionate endeavors until later? When will he realize that he shouldn't wait because "the world is at [his] command"?
The opening a capella harmonies are breathtaking - 'He's a reeeeeel nowhere man.' The guitars are all jangly 1966 rickenbacker ringing, everything clocks along at a nice jog, Lennon's lyrics are poetic and meaningful. Love the guitar solo, it really chimes out, and then there's the sweet lil harmonic at the end. Ding!
And don't forget Jeremy, the little nowhere man character in the Yellow Submarine film.