Armstrong, Louis - Jeepers Creepers Lyrics




Now, I don't care what the weather man says
When the weatherman says it's raining
You'll never hear me complaining, I'm certain the sun will shine
I don't care how the weather vane points
When the weather vane points to gloomy
It's gotta be sunny to me, when your eyes look into mine

Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those peepers?
Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those eyes?
Gosh all git up, how'd they get so lit up?
Gosh all git up, how'd they get that size?

Golly gee! When you turn those heaters on, woe is me
Got to get my cheaters on, Jeepers Creepers
Where'd ya get those peepers? On, those weepers
How they hypnotize, where'd ya get those eyes?
Where'd ya get those eyes? Where'd ya get those eyes?





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  1. Otaku _ Hard

    Quem tá aqui por causa do filme

  2. SkankHunt 42

    2:14 start lyrics

  3. GIMMIE A PEN

    You know ill slap you boy, but not night tonight, cuz I like you







    If you know, you know

  4. Nicola Mcbain

    Holly Wilkinson, your birthing tune. So proud to be your mother after these first 25 years lass xxx

  5. Fabra

    LIKE Listening the "Satchmo" 2019

  6. Christos Kopelakis

    we love you and never forget you-thank you-rest in peace.***

  7. Humanofacturado ·

    Now, I don't care what the weather man says
    When the weatherman says it's raining
    You'll never hear me complaining, I'm certain the sun will shine
    I don't care how the weather vane points
    When the weather vane points to gloomy
    It's gotta be sunny to me, when your eyes look into mine

    Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those peepers?
    Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those eyes?
    Gosh all git up, how'd they get so lit up?
    Gosh all git up, how'd they get that size?

    Golly gee! When you turn those heaters on, woe is me
    Got to get my cheaters on, Jeepers Creepers
    Where'd ya get those peepers? On, those weepers
    How they hypnotize, where'd ya get those eyes?
    Where'd ya get those eyes? Where'd ya get those eyes?

  8. RAWAND

    Wow song good

  9. Yamil Martinez

    im here from jeepers creepers film

  10. Chaim de Wit

    En mycket Skön och Goer jazzdänga, med Härligt sväng och gung.

  11. Daniel Chaudron

    Sur album "Hello Dolly"

  12. Marcos Moraes

    I'm brasilian but i think that Louis Armstrong is the best musician in whole world , all the times. Forever.

  13. Harry Warren Fans

    Music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Come visit and "Like" us @ Harry Warren Fans on Facebook.

  14. Blacky T. Roach

    "Jeepers Creepers" is a popular 1938 song and jazz standard. The music was written by Harry Warren, and the lyrics by Johnny Mercer, for the 1938 Warner Brothers movie Going Places. It was premiered by Louis Armstrong and has since been covered by many other artists.
    This song was featured in the 1938 film Going Places starring Dick Powell, Anita Louise and Ronald Reagan. Louis Armstrong
    appears in the part of Gabriel, the trainer of a race horse named
    Jeepers Creepers. Jeepers Creepers is a very wild horse and can only be
    soothed enough to let someone ride him when Gabriel plays the song
    "Jeepers Creepers" on his trumpet or sings it to him. Gabriel wrote the
    song specifically for the horse. (The phrase "jeepers creepers", a slang
    expression and minced oath euphemism for Jesus Christ, predates both the song and film.)
    The lyrics of the song are under copyright; the most famous pair of lines is:

    Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those peepers?

    Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those eyes?

    There were three popular versions of the song in 1939 by Al Donahue, Louis Armstrong and Larry Clinton.

    connor carrier

    Blacky T. Roach thanks I guess

    Chicho

    Interesting information

    Beast Mode Cowboy

    Blacky T. Roach thank you for copy and pasting from Wikipedia

  15. IgotSoMuchTroubleonMyMind

    9 people like the remix better. Peter eaters i like looking at wieners. Peter eaters where you get that dong.

  16. BILLS EL DIOS DE LA SEDUCCION

    alguien mas esta aqui por la pelicula?.

    Marina yaa

    Yoo jajjja

  17. Xo._ Pumpp

    I like 50s music so much

  18. Jon Penaranda

    The lyrics to this song were written by the great Johnny Mercer and originally performed by Louis Armstrong in 1938. I actually tried to kill myself to this particular recording. I love this record.

    Ryuichi-Kun

    Good that you're still alive, brother. Hope you're doing well.

    notafraid06

    Jon Penaranda and you failed? Jesus, you're pathetic. Couldn't even do that right.

    Leobardo Jauregui

    I'll probably end up doing the same

    Leobardo Jauregui

    like idk why but this song should play as i'm dying lmaoooo

    SuperNormalMan

    Good thing you didn't succeed. Nothing worse than ending a story before it's supposed to.

  19. Snazz

    I'm actually doing a project on him, love him!

  20. Nasir Chhut

    kill bill brought me here

  21. Julia McIntyre

    Nobody in the whole wide world could do this number better

  22. Fred Rogers

    I remember Louis playing this song to a horse in an old movie in the 30s!

  23. Juan Fuentes

    i love song

  24. KRiS

    Love you Louie, no matter what genre I'm into whether is 2 Pac Nas Bob Marley Radiohead Kendrick Beatles you will always by the #1 OG.

    Armstrong was really into smoking weed all the time, so Jeepers Creepers is about pot, but if you love horror movies this song might remind you of monster driving a truck skinning people for costumers(only those who get the reference understand), thank god I think of weed more than the movie when listening to this x)

    John Gulbunny

    KRiS I never knew it was about weed, that makes sense though. Very cool

    Tim Madone

    LOL...the song has nothing to do with pot. The song does however have a double meaning. It's about a girl who's beauty is so blinding, men have to wear shades just to look at her. At the same time it's also about a race horse with big eyes named Jeepers Creepers.

    Harry Warren Fans

    Absolutely correct, Tim Madone. "Jeepers Creepers" is the name of the horse in the film ("Going Places"/1938) where this song was played and sung for the first time by the one and only Louis Armstrong.

    Loop Star

    I like weed and jeepers creepers how ever I never had a special spot for horses.

  25. amy owens

    I love Louis!!!!!!

    Cinthya Martinez

    :0. ~//u//~

  26. Antonio Green

    I love this so much

  27. Westley West

    this is the version that class act movie used.

    Alex 2.0

    Loved watching that movie as a kid.

  28. Sara De Maio

    Fantastica..

    Maximiliano Pino

    Hola.....la verdad linda música

  29. Ahklar Washeen Duahwassad

    The greatest

  30. monkey

    love this! thanks for posting :)

  31. Pierre Pierrenen

    My dog like this song!

  32. ffdztdr

    The first rock'n'roll song was by Bill Haley, called rock around the clock, and the first rock-a-billy song was by Carl Perkins, blue suede shoes, rock'n'roll evolved from blues of the 1930's and 40's, Bill Haley still had that big band voice though, when he sang, but he didn't stick around for long, he was the oldest rock'n'roll musician to, but he mostly was big band era.

  33. ffdztdr

    Thats neat, your a big band Era guy, my favorite music is the 50's and 60's music, rock'n'roll/rockabilly 1954-1964, then physcodellic rock, and british invasion music, from 1964-1974, I like the 70's too, 1974-1984, music and style usually changes around the mid part of the decade, and is the same into the early part of the next decade, so for exp. the early 60's is the like the 50's when it comes to music, and style . the big band era was from 1935 and stopped some where around 54, 55, and 56-

  34. bob simmons

    class act lol

  35. MasterLee07

    I'm about to write a rap song to this. A producer remixed the beat. Its going to be so dope!

  36. TheWye

    I recorded Louis Armstrong's 1939 performance with my new iPad

  37. njplr

    I NEVER get tired of hearing THIS version of this song. It just bops along, sassy, and bouncy and as fresh today as it sounded FIFTY PLUS years ago. Satchmo, you were a brilliant musician and entertainer. Jeepers Creepers, where'd you get those lungs????

  38. Andrew S.

    I always stick to music like this and others from the 30's and 40's.

  39. Christina/Tommy Tevepaugh

    my mom wud come wake me up for school and say... jeepers creepers whered ya get those peepers and wipe my face with a warm wash cloth to get me up and going every morning...love this!!! 32 now and ill die remembering moments like that..

  40. Ahklar Washeen Duahwassad

    @ARMYMan92 Excellent Comment.........

  41. Andrew S.

    Hellz yeah jazz is the best.

  42. lisa barrington

    Look at the album The hot fives and the hot sevens

  43. snarestweeeen

    качественно!

  44. Tony Montana

    Chi chi chi le le le mmfff q gays

  45. Ratsonic

    one of the greatest entertainers of the twentieth century

    Marcos Moraes

    maybe the best.

    Jack MacJack

    Louis Armstrong is the most important, influential, and greatest artist in the history of recorded Western music.

  46. Lokî

    THX for uploading!! Love it! :)

  47. ARMYMan92

    This song was one of the first Apex performances that I ever hear from L.A.
    I have to say that this song gave me goosebumps on several occasions! It's such a great performance! Keep on Swingin' Satch!
    R.I.S.
    Rest In Swing!

  48. Eddy2730

    I have the 1939 version on CD.

  49. Polytheiser

    jeepers creepers ahhh jeeep jeep jeep jeep jeeeeeeep yeah !!!

  50. Isait Rosas

    Gracias!!!!