Like Dreamers Do
Like Dreamers Do is a Paul McCartney song from the very earliest days of his association with George and John, in 1957. The Quarrymen performed the song starting in 1958. Paul never considered the song particularly good, and did not try to promote it within the group.
Brian Epstein chose it for the January 1, 1962 Decca audition, presumably to show that the group could do original numbers. The audition did not result in a record contract.
Two years later, the Applejacks, a group from Birmingham, performed the song. It went as high as number 20 in the UK charts, perhaps because it bore the "Lennon-McCartney" songwriting credit.
The Beatles' recording from the Decca audition can be heard on Anthology 1. Pete Best is on drums. Nowadays, it is largely a musical artifact, a footnote from the earliest days of the Beatles' history.