To explain further, the first recordings the band did, were a set of demos at DeLane Lea studios, Wembley. The studios agreed to let Queen use their facilities in exchange for the band helping them to acoustically test the studios for them.
These demos were then used to try and get the band a recording deal with potential labels.
Eventually, Queen signed to a production company called Trident, who then got the band to record in their studios in St Anne's Court in Soho, London, pending a record deal that they would sort out (eventually with EMI for most of the world, and Elemtra for the USA, Canada, Australsia and Japan).
Try as they may, in the case of The Night Comes Down, the band came to the conclusion that they couldn't improve on the original demo recording of the song, so that version was included on the first album, the becoming the earliest Queen recording commercially available, until the release of the whole set of DeLane Lea demos, on the bonus CD included on the 2011 remaster edition of Queen.
What is left of your dream?
Just the words on your stone.
A man who learnt how to teach,
But forgot how to learn.