Frame the shot
This is World War II
And everyone here is thinking of you

Did you save the clippings from
Barbara Eden at the mall?
Or did you save room for more collectible stars to hang on your wall?

Somebody remember Ted Zancha
He's held onto you for fifty years

There's no one here to talk about his things he's owned and why they were left behind

Frame the shot
This is World War II
And everyone here is thinking of you

Did you save the clippings from
Barbara Eden at the mall?
Or did you save room for more collectible stars to hang on your wall?

Everyone that you know just
Lives on in these things
Just like you are now

Somebody remember Ted Zancha
He's held onto you for fifty years


Lyrics submitted by Tony Clifton

Ted Zancha song meanings
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    General Commentduring one of the verses he says, "doesn't anyone here remember ted zancha?" but that's close enough. plus one internets for you, sir.
    tsucolon February 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great song and some awesome lyrics. As far as meaning, this is what I take from it: it's about an older man, Ted Zancha, who fought in WWII. He collected photos of celebrities such as Barbara Eden ( I Dream of Jeannie ). Later in life, he dies, leaving behind all these photos, and the song goes on to ask who will remember him after he remembered these stars from yester-year. It also comments on how he now is just like his collected photos, living on in that picture of him from WWII.

    "Everyone that you know just
    lives on in these things
    just like you are now."
    PurduePeteon November 25, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionShouldn't it be, "Does anyone here remember Ted Zancha?"
    LOLhahaDEADon December 24, 2010   Link

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