I agree to an extent. He used to sing for the common person, but somewhere along the lines he lost the ability to relate, so when he tries to sing of common people and common problems, it's almost in a time capsule sort of way. It's like how I imagine it is for a prisoner who goes away for a long stretch and gets out only to find that the world they took part in no longer exists.
I think the "common person" can entirely relate to wanting to spend the day in bed. I would say that's pretty universal. I think it's actually his most relatable sentiment in a lead single for years.