Huwi Stomp 2 Dona Direidi


Huwi Stomp 2

Yr wythnos hon mae Huwi Stomp yn dod i weld Dona Direidi. Huwi Stomp joins Dona Direidi and he helps her to mend and brighten up a broken chair.


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# Wah-wah-wee-wah

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# D-D-DDona Direidi!

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# D-D-DDona Direidi!

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# Yeah

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# I'm Dona, Dona Direidi! 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 Direidi! 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 Direidi! 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 Direidi! Yeah, that's me

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

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Hello! How are you?

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I hope you're better than me.

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I feel very sad today.

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I haven't felt this sad since I bought a cake with pink icing...

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..and as I walked out of the shop, I tripped over a dog...

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..and dropped the cake.

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To make matters worse, the little dog ate all the cake.

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Oh, dear.

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How are you?

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What?

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You're sad too?

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Because I'm sad?

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Thanks for sympathizing with me. I have a problem, you see.

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A problem with the leg. Yes indeed, it's broken.

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What? No, not my leg.

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Look!

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My legs are still fast and strong.

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I've broken the chair leg. Come with me.

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You see, here's the chair. One leg has broken.

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I was sitting down on it like this.

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I heard a crack and...

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..whoa!

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Wah-wah-wee-wah.

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Chairs usually have...

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..one, two, three, four legs.

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This one only has three now.

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Here's the other one.

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What am I going to do?

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I know. I'm going to invite Huwi Stomp here.

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He's great at fixing all kinds of things.

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And painting things too.

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-Huwi Stomp, at your service.

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-Painting and fixing everything.

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-Hello, Dona.

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-Hello, Dona.

- Hello, Huwi.

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Have you been painting?

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-Yes - doors, walls,

-cupboards and pictures!

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Pictures? What kind of pictures?

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-Pictures? What kind of pictures?

-Pictures like this.

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-What's in the picture?

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Blue sky.

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-Blue sky.

-Blue sky.

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And a large white cloud.

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-And a large white cloud.

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-And a bird.

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A bird?

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I can't see a bird anywhere.

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-It's hiding behind the cloud!

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Very funny.

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As it happens, I've been drawing pictures too.

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Do you want to see one?

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Here it is.

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-Here it is.

-A self-portrait.

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Me, eating ice cream.

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-There's no ice cream in the picture.

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No - I've eaten it all!

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I'm glad you're here to lift my spirits.

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-Why? What's wrong?

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I have a chair with three legs.

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-No.

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Yes.

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-No.

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-If it only has three legs,

-it's not a chair - it's a stool.

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-Since it has three legs.

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It's too big to be a stool.

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It's a chair with one broken leg.

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Come here.

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Look.

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-D'you know what?

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-This isn't a stool.

-It's a chair with three legs.

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Well, who'd have thought? Well done, Huwi Stomp.

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-Thank you, Dona. It's easy to fix.

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-All you need is...

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-..glue.

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-Hold the chair up.

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-Apply the wood glue...

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-..to the chair.

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-Place the leg back in its place.

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-Just like that.

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Well done, Huwi. It's fixed.

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-As good as new.

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-Do you know what? You should

-paint the chair and decorate it.

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A different idea.

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A great idea!

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We can turn it into a throne!

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-Is the Queen coming?

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Coming?

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She's already here.

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Dona Direidi, Queen of Rhyme.

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Well, Huwi, how about it?

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-Oh, yes.

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-The first thing I need is...

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-The first thing I need is...

- Paint.

-No.

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-Brush.

-No.

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-Cup of tea.

-No. Newspaper.

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Newspaper? Newspaper?

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Paint the chair first and read the newspaper later.

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-Place the newspaper on the floor

-in case you spill paint.

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Good idea.

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Here we go. Where do you want it?

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-There.

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Is that enough?

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-We can put the chair on the paper

-and start painting it.

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-Which colour do you want?

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I don't mind, as long as it's pink.

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-OK. I'll paint the chair pink.

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Here you go. While you do that, I'll make decorations for the chair.

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There we go. The crown is ready for the chair.

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The only thing to do now is wait for Huwi to finish painting.

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And wait for the paint to dry.

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I think I might be here a while.

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-Dona?

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Wah-wah-wee-wah.

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-Do you like it?

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-Do you like it?

- Yes!

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The only thing I have left to do is glue this crown...

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..on the back.

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I'll use this double-sided sticky tape...

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..cut a piece off for one side...

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..here...

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..and another piece...

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..for the other side.

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Remove the paper.

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One.

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Two.

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Take it over to the chair.

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Stick it like this.

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Pass me the crown.

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Thank you.

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Her we are, the throne of Her Majesty, Dona Direidi.

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Are you ready, Huwi?

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-Where are we going?

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-Where are we going?

- We're not going anywhere.

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We're going to play This or That.

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To get to know Huwi Stomp a little better.

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This or That.

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Right then, here's your first question.

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All the questions involve food.

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Red tomatoes?

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Or bacon?

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-I like a good breakfast

-so it's bacon for me.

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Good choice.

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A slice of toast or a roast dinner?

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-Toast and jam is nice...

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-..but a roast dinner is better.

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-Roast dinner.

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-Roast dinner.

- I thought so.

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A plate of biscuits...

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..or a box of chocolates?

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-Which one?

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-I like both.

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-Chocolates.

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I'll put them away before you change your mind.

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A plate of vegetables or a bowl of fruit?

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-Vegetables first

-and fruit to follow.

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You must choose one.

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-Vegetables today, fruit tomorrow.

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Good choice.

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Strawberries and cream or a large slice of cake.

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-Strawberries and cream every time.

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You'd blow up like a balloon after eating all that food.

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Here's your final choice.

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A hot dog with sauce?

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Or a cheese sandwich?

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-I have a cheese sandwich

-in my lunchbox every day.

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-I'll go for the hot dog

-with tomato sauce.

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Lovely!

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And that's that.

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Thanks for coming over to paint and fix my chair.

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-You're welcome.

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Cheerio, Huwi.

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-Cheerio, Huwi.

-Cheerio, Dona.

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Cheerio to you too. From me, Dona Direidi.

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Don't forget about me!

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# I remembered when I was small I sat in a large armchair

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# In my dream, the armchair carried me across the waves

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# To a desert island where coconut trees grew

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# A coconut fell on my head and I woke up shouting

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# Large chairs, small chairs, folding chairs

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# Colourful chairs on the beach, for Nain and Taid to snooze in

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# Pink leather chairs and chairs for the kitchen

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# They're made from wood, they're fit for a king to sit in

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# Did you hear about Auntie Beth in a cafe in Llangollen?

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# She screamed out loud when she saw a mouse

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# She jumped on the chair and broke one of the legs

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# And fell to the ground in a mound of sauce and pasta

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# Large chairs, small chairs, folding chairs

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# Colourful chairs on the beach, for Nain and Taid to snooze in

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# Pink leather chairs and chairs for the kitchen

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# They're made from wood, they're fit for a king to sit in

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# I went to town at tea-time to buy a rocking chair

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# I sat down and hear the sound of a baby crying

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# I looked under the pink cushion and I was surprised

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# When I saw a cat and dog sleeping

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# Large chairs, small chairs, folding chairs

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# Colourful chairs on the beach, for Nain and Taid to snooze in

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# Pink leather chairs and chairs for the kitchen

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# They're made from wood, they're fit for a king to sit in #

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Yr wythnos hon mae Huwi Stomp yn dod i weld Dona Direidi. Huwi Stomp joins Dona Direidi and he helps her to mend and brighten up a broken chair.


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