Mae Gen i Ddafad Gorniog Byd Begw Bwt


Mae Gen i Ddafad Gorniog

Cawn gwrdd â'r ddafad gorniog ag arni bwys o wlân. Ond un diwrnod diflannodd y ddafad. We are introduced to the folk song Mae Gen i Ddafad Gorniog - I have a sheep with horns.


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-One, two, three, four, five, six...

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-Hello, my little friends!

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-I didn't see you there.

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-Thank you for coming to visit me.

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-My name is Begw Bwt.

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-I'm standing in a field

-with a flock of sheep.

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-I was just counting them, in case

-one of them has gone missing.

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-What number had I reached?

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-Would you like to count the sheep,

-with me?

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-One, two, three...

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-..four, five...

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-..six, seven...

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-..eight, nine, ten.

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-All ten sheep

-are happy to be here, in the field.

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-It's a safe place for them.

-They can't go far.

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-Have you heard the funny song

-about the horned sheep?

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-There was a pound of wool

-on her back.

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-Yes, she had a thick, woolly coat

-just like my little friend here.

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-The horned sheep had left the field

-and she was having a great time...

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-..grazing by the riverside

-among the little stones.

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-Who should come past that spot

-but a husbandman.

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-Husbandman is another word

-for a farmer.

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-This farmer came by

-and he saw the horned sheep.

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-What did he do next?

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-He set his dog on her.

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-The horned sheep ran away

-and I don't know where she went.

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-I wonder.

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-Let's go on a journey to hear

-more about the horned sheep.

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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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-Baa!

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-Baa!

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-# I have a horned sheep

-with a pound of wool on her back

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-# Grazing by the riverside

-among the little stones

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-# But a husbandman came by

-and he set his dog on her

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-# I never saw my sheep again

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-# I wonder if you saw her

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-# I have a horned sheep

-with a pound of wool on her back

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-# Grazing by the riverside

-among the little stones

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-# But a husbandman came by

-and he set his dog on her #

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-Come by! Come by! Come by!

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-# I never saw my sheep again

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-# I wonder if you saw her #

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-Baa! Baa!

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-# I saw her in Bala.

-She's just sold her wool

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-# She was sitting in a chair,

-in front of a roaring fire

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-# She was wearing spectacles

-and she was reading some old book

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-# That's where

-you'll find your sheep #

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-Good morning, John! How dee?

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-Baa!

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-Baa! Baa!

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-Baa!

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-# I have a hen who's sitting

-on top of Penmaen Mawr

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-# I went to the foot of Snowdon

-to call her down #

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-Come down from the top of Snowdon,

-little hen!

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-# She flew and she flew

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-# Taking her chicks with her

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-# All the way to Ireland #

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-Good morning, John! How dee?

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-# I have a hen who's sitting

-on top of Penmaen Mawr

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-# I went to the foot of Snowdon

-to call her down #

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-Come down from the top of Snowdon,

-little hen!

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-# She flew and she flew

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-# Taking her chicks with her

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-# All the way to Ireland #

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-Good morning, John! How dee?

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-(IRISH ACCENT) Good morning, John!

-How dee?

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-What a funny song,

-about a horned sheep and a hen!

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-I hope you enjoyed it as much as me.

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-Well, I'd better get back

-to counting sheep...

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-..in case one's gone on an

-adventure, like the horned sheep.

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-Some people say counting sheep

-makes you sleepy...

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-..but that's nonsense.

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-Thank you for calling over

-to see me, my little friends.

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-Call again soon to have a chat...

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-..and to visit the magical world

-of song and of the harp.

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-Will you do that?

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-Bye-bye!

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-Cheerio!

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-Alright.

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-One, two, three, four.

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-(SHE YAWNS) Five, six.

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-Seven.

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-Eight.

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Cawn gwrdd â'r ddafad gorniog ag arni bwys o wlân. Ond un diwrnod diflannodd y ddafad. We are introduced to the folk song Mae Gen i Ddafad Gorniog - I have a sheep with horns.


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