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The Ballad of Dobie Gillis


 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

Verse 1:

Dobie Gillis and Maynard G. Krebs,

Two best friends with opposite webs,

One was cool, the other a goof,

Together they caused quite a hoop.


Chorus:

Oh, Dobie, Maynard, and the gang,

Wondering what happened after they sang,

The story continues as they grow,

Let's find out where they all go.


Verse 2:

Dobie was a dreamer, a romantic at heart,

He chased after girls, but never quite got the part,

He married Zelda, the girl of his dreams,

But soon realized, it wasn't all it seems.


Chorus:

Oh, Dobie, Maynard, and the gang,

Wondering what happened after they sang,

The story continues as they grow,

Let's find out where they all go.


Verse 3:

Maynard went on to be a beatnik poet,

His love for jazz, he couldn't help but show it,

He traveled the world, wrote books and songs,

But he always felt like something was wrong.


Chorus:

Oh, Dobie, Maynard, and the gang,

Wondering what happened after they sang,

The story continues as they grow,

Let's find out where they all go.


Verse 4:

Then there was Thalia, the beauty queen,

She was Dobie's first love, or so it seemed,

She became a star, with fame and wealth,

But her life was empty, she felt like a shell.


Chorus:

Oh, Dobie, Maynard, and the gang,

Wondering what happened after they sang,

The story continues as they grow,

Let's find out where they all go.


Verse 5:

Finally, there was Chatsworth, the rich playboy,

He had everything, but it wasn't a joy,

He went bankrupt, lost all his money,

But found true love, and it was quite sunny.


Chorus:

Oh, Dobie, Maynard, and the gang,

Wondering what happened after they sang,

The story continues as they grow,

Let's find out where they all go.


Outro:

And so their story continues on,

Their lives all changed, but the bond stays strong,

They may have grown up, but they're still the same,

The characters we love, with their Dobie Gillis fame.

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