To celebrate the crisp days, autumnal hews and impending approach of Christmas, here are 10 tracks about autumn.
Ray Davies says the track was inspired by a local hunch-backed gardener in his native Muswell Hill. It was recorded at London's Pye Studios and entered the UK top 10 chart when it was released in 1967.
Taken from her 2003 debut album Frank, the track was written in memory of Winehouse's pet canary. She told Mojo magazine: "I loved that bird. It was a sad time. But I got a good song out of it".
Leaves that are Green
Simon & Garfunkel
Recorded in 1965, the track appeared on the duo's 1966 album Sounds of Silence. The pair played the song at a gig in New Jersey in 2003 after revealing they had not performed it live since 1967.
Originally called Les Feuilles Mortes (The Dead Leaves), the track was written by Joseph Kosma and Jacques Prevert in 1945. It has been covered by artists including Edith Piaf, Andy Williams and Iggy Pop.
Appearing on their 1967 debut album, the track was one of the first songs recorded by the group. It was inspired by a car accident in the desert that happened when Jim Morrison was four-years-old.
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
The White Stripes
Released as a single in 2002, the track is about a man who fears his life will be empty without his lover. It includes some lyrics from a Son House song called 'Death Letter'.
This track is taken from Summer's 1976 album, Four Seasons of Love. The album tells the story of a love affair by relating it to the four seasons. It was Summer's third concept record.
Taken from his 1992 record Harvest Moon, the track is an unofficial sequel to Young's 1972 album Harvest. His credits on the song include guitar, banjo-guitar, piano, pump organ, vibes and vocals.
Autumn Leaves - Irresistible Force mix
The track was mixed by English DJ and underground musician Mixmaster Morris. Norman Cook (a.k.a. Fatboy Slim) nominated the song as his favourite chillout track of all time on BBC television.
The track was scheduled to appear on the band's fourth album. However, after announcing their split in 1969, it was released on a retrospective double album, which included live and unreleased material.