IIRC I am the Walrus was, in part, Lennon's jab at those who would try to over-analyze the Beatles' lyrics to find deeper meanings that weren't even necessarily intended. The song therefore consists of a series of nonsensical phrases and vague references that don't really follow a common theme.
That's just what I recall from reading up on it several years ago, but I'm sure you could find more info online. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 16:40, April 16, 2020 (UTC)
I think that was also the song "Glass Onion" where Lennon was being purposefully deceptive with the lyrics.
Glass Onion was also making fun of the "Paul is Dead" theory, and the supposed "clues" found throughout the Beatles discography supporting the theory (a lot of which, are reeaal stretches that nobody would've ever noticed or considered otherwise).
I don't know how to even define "best album" when it comes to the Beatles. I can't even really decide which is my favorite Beatles song in general. My favorites are scattered across various albums throughout their career and even include some singles. There are several songs I don't particularly like; Some are just to experimental and "out there" for my liking. As far as albums go: the two albums with the most songs I would consider to be my favorites are Rubber Soul and Abbey Road, with Abbey Road taking a bit of a preference for me, because I love the medley on side two (technically several different songs). - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 19:44, April 16, 2020 (UTC)