"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! Yeah! Where’d ya get those eyes? Ramada Ramada Ramada in their eyes. (Instrumental break) Golly gee, when you turn those heaters on, woe is me gotta put my cheaters on. Jeepers creepers, where'd ya get those peepers? Oh, those weepers, how they hypnotize. Knock me out, where'd ya get those eyes? Where'd ya get 'em? Won't you put me wide? Don’t you die man! Hate to advertise. Tell 'em doc. Where'd you get those eyes...?"
~Complete 'Jeepers Creepers' Lyrics
Jeepers Creepers was a popular 1938 song and jazz standard. It was the main theme to the film Jeepers Creepers, being played seveal times. Jezelle Hartman told Darry that when he heard that song he would be in grave danger.
"When you hear that song you run, and I mean run! 'Cause that song thumb|300px|right|"Jeepers Creepers"means something terribe for you, something so terrible you couldn't dream of it...not in your worst most terrible nightmare!"
When Darry hear a newer version of this song in the car the Creeper was on the top of the police car. After the police are killed and the cars are stopped, the Creeper comes out from the police car and walks to the head of the police man, while whistling the song.
At the end of the film the song is been playing in the new "home" of the Creeper.