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Jeepers Creepers
Composer
Johnny Mercer
Lyricist
Harry Warren
Published
August 2, 1954
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"Jeepers Creepers" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1954 album, Swing Easy!.

History[]

"Jeepers Creepers" was written by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer for the 1938 film Going Places, a Warner Brothers film starring Dick Powell, Anita Louise and Ronald Reagan. This first version of the song was performed by Louis Armstrong and since this first rendition of the song, it has become a jazz standard that has been references and featured in several television shows and movies.

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Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics[]

Jeepers, creepers
Where'd you get those peepers?
Jeepers, creepers
Where'd you get those eyes?
Gosh all, get up
How'd they get so lit up?
Gosh all, get up
How'd they get that size?

Golly gee
When you turn those heaters on
Woe is me
Got to put my cheaters on
Jeepers, creepers
Where'd you get those peepers?
Oh those weepers, how they hypnotize
Where'd you get those eyes?

Mmmmm golly gee
When you turn those heaters on
Woe is me
I've got to put the cheaters on
Jeepers, creepers
Where'd you get those peepers?
Oh those weepers, how they hypnotize
Where did you get those eyes?
How did they get that size?
Where did you get those eyes?

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