Pawb at y Peth Bo Marcaroni


Pawb at y Peth Bo

Mae Marcaroni'n gwarchod parot heddiw - a dydy o ddim yn deall pam nad ydy'r parot yn hapus. Marcaroni doesn't understand why the parrot he's looking after isn't happy. Can he c...


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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, Bachyn.

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-Hello?

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-Marcaroni?!

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-Hello, Creadur.

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-What? Marcaroni has a visitor?

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-How odd.

-He didn't mention a word to me.

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-Marcaroni?

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-Slide, slide, slide down the chute!

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-Hello, Oli.

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-Hello, you two. Well, what a day!

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-I had to go to the post office

-to post a parcel to Uncle Ianto.

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-Who's he?

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-Who's he?

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-You know him.

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-He sleeps in a bed in the shed.

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-Wears a three-cornered hat

-that's too big for his head.

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-Hello, Oli. How are things today?

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-Fine, thanks, Marcaroni.

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-Is that a parrot?

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-Yes, it is.

-It's Auntie Poli's parrot.

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-I'm looking after Pepe Parrot.

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-But only for today.

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-Isn't he super-duper?

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-So that's the visitor

-Creadur was talking about!

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-Wait a minute.

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-You are looking after Pepe...

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-..Auntie Poli's parrot?

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-Exactly.

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-What are all these for?

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-For the parrot, of course.

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-A trumpet?

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-When I'm fed up, I play the trumpet.

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-It's for Pepe Parrot

-in case he gets bored.

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-Parrots can't play the trumpet,

-Marcaroni.

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-I've never heard of any that can.

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-I've never heard of any that can.

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-Really? Why?

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-His beak is the obvious problem. You

-can't blow a trumpet with a beak.

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-Ah, I get it.

-It'll have to be the guitar then.

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-They can't play guitars either.

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-The things you like doing aren't

-the things that parrots would enjoy.

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-Then I'll play the guitar while

-he drinks a cup of hot chocolate.

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-I don't think

-they can do that either.

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-But look, I have a cup of hot

-chocolate, a board game, a flute...

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-..dancing shoes

-and coloured pencils.

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-Will Pepe Parrot

-be able to use any of these?

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-Erm, no.

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-Oh, dearie me, this was a bad idea.

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-No, it's lovely that you're

-looking after the parrot...

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-..but just remember he's not going

-to like the same things as you.

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-Even your favourite things aren't

-everyone else's favourite things.

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-What a pity.

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-But that's what makes

-the big, big world such fun.

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-If we can all do different things,

-then we can help each other.

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-Like the story

-of the king and the little fish.

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-I love that story!

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-The King And The Goldfish.

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-The King And The Goldfish.

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-The who and the what?

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-Haven't you heard that story?

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-Ah, hold on a moment.

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-Oh.

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-No, I don't.

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-About the king

-who falls into the sea...

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-..and gets trapped in the net...

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-..and a little fish untangles him

-and sets him free?

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-Oh, that one!

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-No.

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-Well, nobody knows...

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-..how the king came to be trapped

-in the large nets...

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-..that were full

-of fat and heavy fish.

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-And nobody knows why,

-out of all the creatures...

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-..living underwater...

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-..it was a little fish

-that rescued the king...

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-..and saved him from drowning.

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-But that's what he did.

-And that's not the end of the story.

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-The king made it to the shore

-with all his gold, pearls...

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-..priceless diamonds

-and worldly treasures...

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-..and gave them to the fish

-to thank him...

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-..for being so brave and rescuing

-him from the ferocious waves.

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-But he said to the king, "My reward

-is seeing you safe and well.

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-"So, Your Majesty,

-I'll return to the choppy waves...

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-"..to swim freely.

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-"But just you remember this.

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-"We will all be trapped in a net

-some day, trying to break free...

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-"..and we must all try and help

-each other and those in need."

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-Fantabulous!

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-The king wanted to thank the fish

-for saving his life...

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-..by giving him

-his favourite things.

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-But they weren't

-the fish's favourite things.

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-We all like different things.

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-We all like different things.

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-Exactly.

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-My nose is itching,

-my eyes are rolling.

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-My fingers are dancing,

-my knees are knocking.

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-There's a song on the way.

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-A song about the king and the fish.

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-Let's head over to Lwlilw.

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-After three. One, two, three.

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-# Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw

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-# Come and see us, Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw #

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-Hello, Lwlilw. Lwli, we have

-a super-duper song to write today.

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-It's about people liking

-different things. Isn't it super?

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-What do you mean, you don't like

-that idea? You must like it.

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-Everybody must like it.

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-Lwlilw doesn't have to like it.

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-Remember the story -

-the king and the fish?

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-Of course I do. How silly of me.

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-You don't have to like it, Lwlilw...

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-..but you will help us

-write the song, won't you?

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-Thank you, Lwlilw.

-You're my best friend.

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-Oli, what's the first line?

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-Everybody likes different things.

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-It's worthless to you

-but it's treasure to me.

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-Not everybody likes the same thing,

-oh, no.

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-But it's each to his own,

-don't you know.

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-Did you hear that, Lwlilw?

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-# Everybody likes different things

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-# It's worthless to you

-but it's treasure to me

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-# We don't have to like

-the same things, oh, no

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-# But it's each one to his own,

-don't you know #

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-This is going to be

-a fantabulous song!

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-Are you ready?

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-Are you ready?

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-Yes!

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-It's time for us to shrink in size

-and enter with a grin.

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-Come with us to a magical place...

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-..where we can dance and sing.

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-Are you ready?

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-# I like sunshine and you like shade

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-# I like a bucket

-and you like a spade

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-# I like apples best

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-# And I like orange zest

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-# Everybody likes different things

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-# It's worthless to you

-but it's treasure to me

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-# We don't have to like

-the same things, oh, no

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-# But it's each to his own,

-don't you know

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-# I like trains and you like trucks

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-# You like swans and I like ducks

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-# I like going for a long walk

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-# You like sleeping

-and not having to talk

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-# Everybody likes different things

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-# It's worthless to you

-but it's treasure to me

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-# We don't have to like

-the same things, oh, no

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-# But it's each to his own,

-don't you know

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-# Everybody likes different things

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-# It's worthless to you

-but it's treasure to me

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-# We don't have to like

-the same things, oh, no

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-# But it's each to his own,

-don't you know

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-# But it's each to his own,

-don't you know #

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-What a wonderful song, Marcaroni.

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-Do you like it now, Lwlilw?

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-You don't have to, though!

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-Of course he likes it.

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-The small, small children in

-the big, big world will like it too.

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-We'd better get ready to go, Do.

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-Bye, Oli. Bye, Marcaroni.

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-# It's time to go but don't you sigh

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-# Goodbye

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-# 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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-.

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Mae Marcaroni'n gwarchod parot heddiw - a dydy o ddim yn deall pam nad ydy'r parot yn hapus. Marcaroni doesn't understand why the parrot he's looking after isn't happy. Can he cheer him up?


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