Nobody I Know
Nobody I Know was written by Paul McCartney but never sung by the Beatles.
It was given to Peter and Gordon (Peter Asher and Gordon Waller), who recorded it at Abbey Road on January 21, 1964. It was released on May 29, 1964 as a single on the Columbia label with You Don't Have to Tell Me (a Peter and Gordon original composition) on the b-side.
It went has high as number 10 on the UK charts. It was their second release, and the second Lennon-McCartney song they recorded. The first was A World Without Love.
It is one of twenty songs on the EMI album, The Songs Lennon and McCartney Gave Away.
It's not known why this song didn't make its way into the Beatles catalog, especially considering that they needed every song they could lay their hands on to fill out the albums that started being produced one after the other in the period 1963-64.