Gwenni aeth i Ffair Pwllheli Byd Begw Bwt


Gwenni aeth i Ffair Pwllheli

Yn y rhaglen hon cawn gwrdd â Gwenni wrth iddi fynd i ffair Pwllheli i brynu padell bridd. During this programme we are introduced to the folk song 'Gwenni aeth i ffair Pwllheli'.


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-I've got lots of laundry

-to do today.

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-I must scrub these clothes clean.

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-Let me see how they look.

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-Oh, very good.

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-Ooh!

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-Hello, my little friends.

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-Thank you for coming to see me.

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-My name is Begw Bwt.

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-Look! You've caught me

-washing my bloomers!

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-Yes, indeed!

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-Washing my bloomers! Tut-tut!

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-Yes - today is laundry day.

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-Here I am, washing lots of clothes

-on laundry day.

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-Look!

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-I have a bar of soap...

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-..and I also have a washboard,

-which I use to scrub the clothes.

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-I put water from the river

-in this tin bath...

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-..and this is how I do the laundry.

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-What else do I have?

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-This is an earthenware bowl.

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-Have you seen

-an earthenware bowl before?

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-It's really handy

-for all sorts of things.

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-I'm using my earthenware bowl

-to hold my clean clothes.

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-Speaking of an earthenware bowl...

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-..have you heard the song

-about a girl called Gwenni?

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-Luck wasn't on Gwenni's side.

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-She was always

-in some sort of bother.

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-One day, Gwenni walked

-all the way to Pwllheli...

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-..to buy an earthenware bowl.

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-They weren't cheap.

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-She spent every penny she had

-on the earthenware bowl.

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-Do you know what happened

-when she'd spent all that money?

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-The cow came along and she

-slapped the bowl with her tail...

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-..and the earthenware bowl

-fell to the ground.

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-It was almost

-smashed to smithereens!

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-Let's go on a journey

-to hear more about Gwenni.

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-Are you ready, my little friends?

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-Come closer! Come along.

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-Let's visit a magical world of song.

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-# Gwenni went to Pwllheli fair

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-# She wanted an earthenware bowl

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-# She paid six shillings for it

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-# At home, it would have cost

-tuppence ha'penny

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Gwenni went to Pwllheli fair

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-# She wanted an earthenware bowl

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-# She paid six shillings for it

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-# At home, it would have cost

-tuppence ha'penny

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Gwenni milked the cow one morning

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-# She was holding

-that six-shilling bowl

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-# The cow gave a slap with her tail

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-# The bowl was almost

-smashed to smithereens

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Gwenni did the laundry one morning

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-# She needed some clean clothes

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-# While Gwen went to fetch the soap

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-# The clothes went down the river

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Simpl, sampl, ffinistr, ffanastr

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-# Gwen was always in trouble

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-# Dum-dee dum-dee, dum-dee dum

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-# Dum-dee dum-dee, dum-dee dum

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-# Dum-dee dum-dee, dum-dee dum

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-# Dum-dee dum-dee, dum-dee dum

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-# Dum-dee dum-dee, dum-dee dum-dee

-dum-dee dum-dee, dum-dee dum #

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-Oh, poor Gwen!

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-Her clothes all went down the river.

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-Gwen was always in trouble.

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-She was always

-in some sort of pickle.

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-Oh!

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-Look at all this laundry!

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-I'd better get back to work.

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-I hope

-these don't go down the river!

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-Thank you for coming to see me,

-my little friends.

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-Come back again very soon.

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-We'll have a lovely chat and we'll

-visit the magical world of song.

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-See you soon.

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-Bye-bye, my little friends.

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-Bye-bye! Bye-bye!

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-Let's get these bloomers washed!

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Yn y rhaglen hon cawn gwrdd â Gwenni wrth iddi fynd i ffair Pwllheli i brynu padell bridd. During this programme we are introduced to the folk song 'Gwenni aeth i ffair Pwllheli'.


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