Arthur Herzog, Jr. did not write a lot of songs, but he penned some gems with vocalist Billie Holiday-- "Don't Explain" (1939) and "God Bless the Child" (1941) which are inextricably linked to her. The two also wrote the lesser known song "Somebody's on My Mind" (1947). With Irene Kitchings, who was the wife of pianist Teddy Wilson, Herzog collaborated on "Some Other Spring" (1939), "Ghost of Yesterday," and "I¡Çm Pulling Through" (1940), all of them initially recorded by Billie Holiday.
Some other spring I'll try to love Now I still cling To faded blossoms Fresh from worn Left chrushed and torn Like the love affair I mourn
Some other spring When twilight falls Will the night bring Another to me?
Not your kind But let me find It's not true that love is blind Sunshine's around me But deep in my heart it's cold as ice Love, once you've found me But can that story unfold twice?
Some other spring Will my heart awake? Stirring to sing Love's magic music Then forget the old duet Love in some other spring? Spring?