Huwi Stomp 1 Dona Direidi


Huwi Stomp 1

Yr wythnos hon mae Huwi Stomp yn galw draw i weld Dona Direidi yn ei chartref pinc. This week Huwi Stomp calls in to see Dona Direidi in her pink home.


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# I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi! Yeah, that's me

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# If you don't like me, it's your problem obviously

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# Yeah, I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi! Yeah, that's me

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# If you don't like me, it's your problem obviously

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# Yo, children of Wales! I'll introduce myself real quick

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# I am the greatest rapper so take my photo, click-click!

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# You better believe me when I say my cousin's famous, oh, my!

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# The main man, the golden rapper. Rapsgaliwn - what a guy!

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# I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi! Yeah, that's me

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# If you don't like me, it's your problem obviously

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# Yeah, I'm Dona, Dona D-reidi! Yeah, that's me

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# If you don't like me, it's your problem obviously #

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This room's a right state.

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It needs a lick of paint.

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Who can I ask to paint my room?

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I won't sleep a wink until this room is painted pink.

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-Acapulco! What's going on?

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-How did I get here? Where's Dona?

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-She must've gone for a walk.

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-I wonder when she'll be back?

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Hiya, Huwi, I'm here!

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Wah-wah-wee-wah! How did you do that?

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You should be in a circus with those tricks.

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What are you doing here today?

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-No idea.

-I'm not meant to be here today.

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Where are you meant to be?

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-Painting a table for Prys Plismon.

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You can paint my room instead.

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These walls need painting. My room's in a state.

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-Painting? Here?

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Look, I want this wall here to be pink.

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And then this wall...

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..I want this to be pink.

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And these two walls, I want this one to be pink...

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..but I want something different here.

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What do you get if you mix red and white?

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-Pink?

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-Pink?

- Yes. I'm glad you like pink!

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-I like colours, but just as I was

-about to paint the table green...

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-..with paint on my brush,

-I'm here, whush!

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A word in your ear, Huwi. Two things.

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Rhyming brush and whush was very good...

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..but I'm the rapper, so you stick to painting.

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Why did you paint the table green?

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You can't eat food off a green table.

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It's like eating food in a field.

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-It's going to be a bird table.

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-Prys Plismon wants a bird table

-for when the weather turns cold.

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So you're making the table and painting it?

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And leaving food for the birds?

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-Acapulco.

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What's wrong?

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-Food.

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You want food? Do you want a sandwich?

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I've jam, ham, Spam, or cheese, if you prefer.

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-No, not food for me...

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-..I've forgotten

-to put food on the table.

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But the table's finished?

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And the table's been painted?

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-Yes.

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And the birds have arrived?

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-Yes, but there's no food for them.

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No, you're right.

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Wah-wah-wee-wah, I know what we'll do - we'll make food.

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-I don't know what they eat.

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It just so happens that I have a book here that belonged to Nain.

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I'm sure it'll say something in here.

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Let's take a look.

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How to make soup. I don't think so.

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How to make apple tart.

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Maybe not.

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Here we go - how to make bird food...

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..because Huwi Stomp has forgotten.

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-Does it say how you cook it?

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No, because it doesn't need cooking.

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You just have to mix the ingredients.

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-Very good. I'm used to

-mixing paint with a wooden stick.

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-I can mix the food

-with a wooden spoon too.

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Of course. Let's go to the table.

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-Of course. Let's go to the table.

-Which table?

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That one there. Come on.

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-Acapulco! How did that get there?

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Put your brush in the cup over there out of the way.

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To make the food, we need chopped nuts...

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..and seeds, some lard...

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-What's lard?

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-What's lard?

- Pig fat.

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It's good for cooking.

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Soft cheese and currants.

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To begin, we need a big piece of lard in a bowl.

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You can do that.

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-That's done.

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Next, a handful of nuts.

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Now, four heaped tablespoons of soft cheese.

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-One...

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-..two, three...

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-..four.

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Now you have to mix it together until it turns to sludge.

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Use your wooden spoon.

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# Mixing, mixing, Huwi's busy mixing

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# Mixing in the big bowl #

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-# Mixing, mixing,

-now I'm busy mixing

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-# The food will be ready

-in less than a jiffy #

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Well done, Huwi. You rhymed!

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-There we go.

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Next, we need to break up the mixture into six pieces...

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..and roll them into little balls.

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I'll help you. I'd better remove my ring.

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There we go. We'll put them on this plate. Ready?

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Right then.

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I've two cupfuls of currants here.

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We have to pour them onto the plate.

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Pick up a little ball...

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..and roll it in the currants like this...

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..so that they cover the ball.

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Do you see?

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Excellent.

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-Excellent.

-Six balls.

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We'd better dry our hands.

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There you go.

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That's it.

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Thanks to Nain's cooking book...

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..the birds will get their food after all.

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Hey, let's sing a song about a famous bird.

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The Cuckoo. Can you sing like a bird?

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-Yes, I can. I sing like a crow.

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Never mind about that now.

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Let's sing the song and you can be the cuckoo.

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Off we go.

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-# The lovely month of June

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-# Will come before long

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-# And we'll hear the cuckoo

-singing sweetly in our land

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-# Sweetly in our land

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-# Sweetly in our land

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-# Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo

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-# Sweetly in our land #

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Huwi, would you sing like a cuckoo again for me?

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-# Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo,

-sweetly in our land #

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Your singing wasn't bad.

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-Thank you, Dona.

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-Thank you, Dona.

- It wasn't bad, it was awful.

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Don't sing like that at the table or you'll scare the birds away.

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We'll sing it again...

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..but I'll be the cuckoo this time.

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-# The lovely month of June

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-# Will come before long

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-# And we'll hear the cuckoo

-singing sweetly in our land

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-# Sweetly in our land

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-# Sweetly in our land

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# Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo singing sweetly in our land #

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-Well done, Dona.

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-Well done, Dona.

- That was great.

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-I'll be on my way now.

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Don't go yet. We have to play Hwn neu'r Llall? Ready?

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-Be quick because I have to get back.

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-I've more painting to do.

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-I've more painting to do.

- OK, I'll be quick.

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This or That?

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We're ready to play.

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Drinking coffee or eating toffee popcorn?

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-I don't like coffee,

-so I'll say eating toffee popcorn.

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Swimming in the sea or singing in a choir?

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-Swimming in the sea.

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Wise choice.

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Living in a grand palace...

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..or living in a house with a garden?

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-A palace is too big to paint.

-The house.

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You can go in the garden then.

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Staying in bed or a plate full of jelly?

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-I get up early anyway...

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-..so a plate full of jelly...

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-..that's pink.

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Good choice.

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The best colour.

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Keeping a dog or a chimpanzee?

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-It'd be fun to keep a chimpanzee...

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-..but I'm sure he'd steal

-the brush and all the paint pots...

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-..so it's a dog for me.

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Woof-woof!

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Egg and chips or chips and egg?

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-Egg and chips or chips and egg?

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-Chips and egg...

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-..or egg and chips?

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-That's a difficult one, Dona.

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I've caught you out. Egg and chips and chips and egg are the same!

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-So they are!

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Your last question.

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Going all the way to Pwllheli on a bus...

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..or painting Dona Direidi's room?

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-Easy - you've helped

-me and the birds today...

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-..so I'll be back

-to paint your room any time.

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Hooray! Thank you.

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-Goodbye, Dona.

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Goodbye, Huwi.

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And goodbye to you too...

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..from me, Dona Direidi, yeah, that's me.

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# In winter the robin redbreast comes looking for food

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# Some nuts, water and a few pieces of bread

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# You, me and everybody must all look after the birds

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# And when spring has sprung

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# We'll hear their birdsong

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# Birds of every description

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# Fly to my bird table

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# They all sing a song

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# So happy to greet me

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# They migrate from Africa, Iceland and Russia

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# To eat food and hear Huw shouting Acapulco

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# Which would I like to befriend?

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# An eagle or an owl?

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# A budgie or a blue canary?

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# A thrush or a seagull?

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# I'd like a red parrot that I could teach to rap

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# Hello, how are you? See you, goodbye

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# Everyone would cheer and clap

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# Birds of every description

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# Flock to my bird table

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# They all sing a song

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# So happy to greet me

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# They migrate from Africa, Iceland and Russia

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# To eat food and hear Huw shouting Acapulco #

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Yr wythnos hon mae Huwi Stomp yn galw draw i weld Dona Direidi yn ei chartref pinc. This week Huwi Stomp calls in to see Dona Direidi in her pink home.


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