Dillad Tu Chwith Marcaroni


Dillad Tu Chwith

Hanes Meical sydd gan Marcaroni a'i ffrindiau heddiw - Meical a'i ddillad tu chwith, ben i waered! Today's story's about Meical - the boy who's dressed back to front and upside ...


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-Enter the clock tower

-and say hello.

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-We'll enjoy a song later.

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-Hello, Roli and Poli!

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-Hello, Do and Re!

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-Hello, Oli!

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-Hello to the best composer

-in the world - Marcaroni.

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-Thank you.

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-Yoo-hoo!

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-Hello, Creadur.

-Have you seen Marcaroni?

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-You haven't? I'll call him now.

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-Hello!

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-Marcaroni?

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-A-ha! Oli Odl is here.

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-There's so much to do

-and so many songs to compose.

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-I never know when a song will

-come to me but I'm always ready.

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-Slide, slide, slide-o-phone!

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-He's in a good mood today!

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-What? The slide-o-phone is broken?

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-How do you know?

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-It's making a funny noise?

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-Look! Marcaroni's clothes

-are back-to-front.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes. Why?

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-Yes. Why?

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-We heard a strange noise.

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-The slide-o-phone has forgotten

-how to dress Marcaroni!

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-What?

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-Why are you laughing?

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-We're not laughing!

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-Well, that's not true.

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-We're laughing because the

-slide-o-phone made a funny noise.

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-Don't mention that machine to me.

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-DOORBELL

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-DOORBELL

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-I'll go.

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-Why are they laughing?

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-Creadur, don't laugh!

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-Hello, Roli Odl.

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-Oh, no! You're laughing, too?

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-What are you doing here today?

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-I'm here to repair

-your slide-o-phone.

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-What's wrong with my slide-o-phone?

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-What's wrong with my slide-o-phone?

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-You tell me.

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-Your clothes are inside-out,

-upside-down and back-to-front.

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-You've either

-wrestled with an octopus...

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-..or your slide-o-phone's broken.

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-..or your slide-o-phone's broken.

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-I think my slide-o-phone's broken.

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-Roli, my dear friend,

-can you fix it?

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-I can fix anything.

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-The way I'm dressed is really silly.

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-Yes, you do look

-a little bit silly...

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-..but it's nothing compared to

-the story I heard the other day.

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-A story about

-dressing in a silly way?

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-Yes.

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-I did all this on purpose,

-so you'd tell me your story.

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-This was all my idea.

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-Come with me.

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-Roli will tell a story.

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-He's going to tell

-one of his stories.

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-This is a story

-about a boy called Meical.

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-One dark morning

-in the depth of winter...

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-..Meical got dressed in the dark,

-before he went to school.

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-When Meical got to school,

-everyone laughed at him...

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-..and whispered things

-to each other.

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-Even the teachers?

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-Even the teachers?

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-Yes, even the teachers.

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-Meical couldn't understand it...

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-..until he got home

-and looked in the mirror.

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-Because he got dressed

-in the dark...

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-..his clothes

-were in the wrong places.

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-He had pants on his head,

-gloves on his feet...

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-..shoes on his ears,

-a shirt on his legs...

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-..and trousers on his arms.

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-He must have looked really silly.

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-He felt really silly.

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-The next day,

-he turned on the light...

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-..got dressed properly

-and went to school.

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-When he got there, he was shocked

-to see the pupils and teachers...

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-..dressed like him the previous day.

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-They had pants on their heads...

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-..gloves on their feet...

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-..gloves on their feet...

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-..shoes on their ears...

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-..shirts on their legs...

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-..and trousers on their arms.

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-They came to school with clothes

-the wrong way around...

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-..because they'd had a fun day

-when Meical got dressed in the dark.

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-Every year since then...

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-..Meical's school has

-a Back-to-front Clothes Day.

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-That was a great story, Uncle Roli

-wasn't it, Marcaroni?

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-Look at my nose, my eyes

-and my knees!

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-My feet can't stop twitching!

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-Do you know what that means?

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-Do you know what that means?

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-A song.

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-There's a song coming!

-Let's sing to Lwlilw.

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-Are you ready to sing?

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-One, two, three!

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-# Lwlilw, Lwlilw

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-# Come and see us, Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw #

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-Hello, Lwlilw.

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-Today, we'll write a song

-about dressing back-to-front.

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-Yes, I know I look silly today.

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-Let's have "He wore pants

-on his head" as the first line.

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-Good idea, Oli.

-Put it to music, Lwlilw.

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-# He wore pants on his head,

-gloves on his feet

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-# And shoes on his ears, dear me!

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-# A shirt on his legs

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-# A shirt on his legs

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-# Trousers on his arms

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho, hee-hee-hee! #

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-Perfect!

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-# He wore pants on his head,

-gloves on his feet

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-# And shoes on his ears, dear me!

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-# A shirt on his legs,

-trousers on his arms

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho, hee-hee-hee! #

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-I think we've got it!

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-It's going to be great!

-Are you ready?

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-Yes.

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-It's time to shrink

-and enter a world of smiling.

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-Come to the world of fairies

-to enjoy dancing and singing.

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-Are you ready?

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-# On a cold, winter's morning

-Meical got dressed in a hurry

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-# In his bed before he did get up

-and to school he did scurry

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-# Everyone at school laughed at him,

-they weren't impressed

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-# When they saw the clothes he wore

-and the way he had dressed

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-# He wore pants on his head,

-gloves on his feet

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-# And shoes on his ears, dear me!

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-# A shirt on his legs,

-trousers on his arms

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho, hee-hee-hee!

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-# But then, the next morning

-when Meical went back to school

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-# Everyone had dressed wrongly

-and they all looked quite cool

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-# Some clothes were back-to-front,

-some were upside-down you know

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-# Some were inside-out.

-They were silly from top to toe

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-# They wore pants on their heads,

-gloves on their feet

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-# And shoes on their ears, dear me!

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-# Shirts on their legs,

-trousers on their arms

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho, hee-hee-hee!

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-# They wore pants on their heads,

-gloves on their feet

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-# And shoes on their ears, dear me!

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-# Shirts on their legs,

-trousers on their arms

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho, hee-hee-hee!

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho, hee-hee-hee!

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-# Ha-ha, ho-ho

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-# Hee-hee-hee! #

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-That was so funny,

-I'll dress like this all the time!

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-It's great fun.

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-Yes, but I can't wait

-to dress sensibly again.

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-The slide-o-phone is as good as new.

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-I worked hard to fix it.

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-It's ready in time

-to get you into your pyjamas.

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-Thank goodness for that!

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-# Bed, I'm on my way! #

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-I must be on my way, too.

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-The tooth fairy asked me to fix

-her teeth-cleaning machine.

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-Bye-bye.

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-You two, take the song to the

-little children in the big world.

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-Yes, Oli.

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-Off you go, Marcaroni.

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-Right now!

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-# It's time to go

-but don't you sigh

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-# Goodbye, goodbye

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-# Ta-ta, take care,

-see you by and by

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-# Goodbye

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-# The time has come to wave farewell

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-# But we shall meet again

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-# But until then we must say

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-# Goodbye #

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Hanes Meical sydd gan Marcaroni a'i ffrindiau heddiw - Meical a'i ddillad tu chwith, ben i waered! Today's story's about Meical - the boy who's dressed back to front and upside down!


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