In addition to writing "After You've Gone" and "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" with Turner Layton, Henry Creamer went on to write the lyrics to "If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight", music by James P. Johnson in 1926, a song that is therefore still under copyright which I cannot put on this website but which is well worth the trouble of tracking down. It is another all-time great jazz standard. Henry Creamer died in 1930. Turner Layton had a long and successful career as vocalist and pianist mostly at the Cafe de Paris, a club in London, England, at times performing with C. N. "Tandy" Johnstone, a vocalist, with whom he recorded records reported to have sold millions of copies. He died in 1978.