Bad to Me
Bad to Me was never recorded by The Beatles. John Lennon wrote it for Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, who released it in 1963. It was that group's first number one song in the UK. The next year it climbed to number 9 in the US charts. Kramer recorded the song at the Abbey Road Studios. McCartney was present.
John made a demo track of the song on May 31, 1963, bootleg copies of which are in circulation. (If anyone has one, please send it to us).
In 2003, Graham Parker released Lost Songs of Lennon & McCartney, (songs written by the duo but performed only by other groups). Bad to Me is one of 17 songs on that album.