September in the Rain
September in the Rain was published in 1937, the work of Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics). In the 1937 film Melody for Two, James Melton sang the song, and from that time on, September in the Rain became a widely-known and often-sung classic.
The Beatles performed it as part of their early live show repertoire, and it was chosen as one of the songs to be recorded in the Decca audition of January 1, 1962. September in the Rain was most likely the 13th song out of a total of 15 performed by the group.
The set was performed and recorded, one after the other without breaks, all in the space of just a little more than an hour. Later, Apple Records did not choose the recording of September in the Rain for the Anthology series, but at least since 1977, bootleg copies of it have been circulating. The Beatles did not otherwise record their version of the song, so far as anyone knows.