Come and Get It
Come and Get It is credited to Lennon/McCartney, but was a 100% McCartney composition.
On the morning of July 24, 1969 Paul recorded this song all by himself as a demo, before the recording sessions for the Abbey Road album started. Lennon was present in the control booth, but did not contribute. Paul put down the base track in one take of the vocals and piano. He then overdubbed vocals and maracas, then drums, then a bass guitar part. The whole process took less than an hour.
The song was considered for Abbey Road, but the Iveys (later to be called "Badfinger") were given the song instead.
They were a group promoted by Apple Records, which was accumulating large losses in 1969. In 1970 the song was a hit for them and for Apple.
The McCartney lyrics are a fairly unsubtle commentary on Apple's financial difficulties. The McCartney demo version appeared on Anthology 3. The Badfinger version (almost identical to the McCartney demo) appeared as the theme song of The Magic Christian, a film produced by Peter Sellers with Ringo Starr.