My Peeps

From Plank Road Publishing

by Teresa Jennings

The word "peeps" can mean friends (as in the slang derivative of "people"), which works out pretty well for lots of occasions. If you want to use the tune for Easter or spring, it's not too much of a stretch to recognize that "peep" is the sound a baby chick makes. And of course, most of us are familiar with the sweet marshmallow candies shaped like chicks and bunnies that tend to be most popular around Easter time. So here's a song that could be used for any of the above. (from Music K-8, Vol. 20, No. 4)

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