Y Chwannen a'r Cawr Marcaroni


Y Chwannen a'r Cawr

Pwy fasai'n meddwl y byddai chwannen fach yn gallu llorio cawr mawr? Wel dyna stori Twr y Cloc heddiw. A little flea manages to stop a huge giant in his tracks in today's story.


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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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-# Oh, oh!

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-# Lah-lah lah-lah lah lah-lah lah #

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-Merry-go-kitchen!

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-# Lah-lah lah-lah lah lah-lah lah

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-# Lah-lah lah-lah lah lah-lah lah #

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-I'm Oli and I'm dusting

-to the sound of Marcaroni's singing.

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-Oh, Creadur!

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-I love taking a bath, little duck.

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-This must be the best place

-in the whole world.

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-No. My bed is the best place

-and the bath is second-best.

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-No! Standing by Lwlilw is the best

-place because the songs are there.

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-Marcaroni, if you stay in the bath

-a minute longer...

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-..you'll be

-the cleanest man in the world.

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-What is Oli on about, little duck?

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-I'm not in the bath to get clean.

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-I'm here to compose songs...

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-..and to play.

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-You get some funny ideas

-in your head sometimes, Oli!

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-Hurry up! Get out of that bath!

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-She's right!

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-What if a song arrived

-and I was dressed...

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-..like this?

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-That's better.

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-Can someone

-help me reach this, please?

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-I'll help you, Oli.

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-This is no good. I'm too small.

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-I'm too small to do anything.

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-Don't worry, you two.

-I can reach it.

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-There you go, Oli.

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-There you go, Oli.

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-Thank you, Marcaroni.

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-I'd never have reached it.

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-That's because

-I'm taller that you by around...

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-..this much.

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-But I think you're the perfect size

-for being Oli.

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-I wish I were tall.

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-You are quite tall, for a fairy.

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-Yes, that's true. You're the tallest

-fairy I've ever seen.

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-You're a giant among fairies.

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-I'd rather be a giant.

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-Being small is no fun at all.

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-You can't do anything

-when you're this small.

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-Leave it to me!

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-You think being small

-isn't as good as being big?

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-No, it isn't.

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-I'd love to be big.

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-Being big

-is better than being small.

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-Being small is just as special

-as being big.

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-Would you like to hear a story about

-how the world's biggest giant...

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-..was forced to leave his home

-because of a teeny-tiny flea?

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-A story? That's music to my ears.

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-There's no way a giant

-could be beaten by a flea.

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-A giant is really big

-but a flea is really small.

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-Well, you need to hear

-The Story of the Giant and the Flea.

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-Once upon a time,

-a giant wanted to eat all the food

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-In a small country. How very rude!

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-Soldiers, sailors

-and strong men tried, you know

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-To get him to leave

-but he just wouldn't go

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-But onto the giant's skin

-a flea hopped and so

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-He tickled the giant

-from head to toe

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-The giant scratched and scratched.

-It drove him insane

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-He cried, he laughed

-and he cried again

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-He ran from the small country

-as fast as he could

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-He never came back.

-He was gone for good.

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-Oh, Oli!

-That really was a brilliant story.

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-Who'd believe a flea

-could beat a giant?

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-It's amazing.

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-Yes, and if the flea were bigger,

-it would have been too big.

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-That means sometimes, you can be

-too small for some things...

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-..but the perfect size

-for other things.

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-Exactly. There's a place

-for everyone in this world.

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-I have some good news for you!

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-That story made my nose itch,

-my eyes roll, my fingers dance...

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-..my knees knock and my feet tap.

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-There's a song coming!

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-Hurry! We must wake Lwlilw.

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-Do, you may be small but you're

-the perfect size for being Do.

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-Oli, you may be small but you're

-the perfect size for being you.

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-I'm tall, I'm strong

-and I'm a genius.

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-That's exactly what you need

-if you're going to be Marcaroni.

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-Let's wake Lwlilw, after three.

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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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-If Lwlilw were bigger...

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-..she wouldn't fit

-in her golden shell.

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-You wouldn't fit into your house

-if you were bigger, Do.

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-Hello, Lwlilw.

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-Oli's poem inspired me

-and I think there's a song coming.

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-Yes - the one

-about the flea and the giant.

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-Did you hear it, too?

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-Yes, it's a great story.

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-Oli, let's go!

-Tell your story, please.

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-A giant wanted to eat all the food

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-In a small country. How very rude!

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-Soldiers, sailors

-and strong men tried, you know

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-To get him to leave

-but he just wouldn't go

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-But onto the giant's skin

-a flea hopped and so

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-He tickled the giant

-from head to toe

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-The giant scratched and scratched.

-It drove him insane

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-He cried, he laughed

-and he cried again

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-He ran from the small country

-as fast as he could

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-He never came back.

-He was gone for good.

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-# From a heavy hippo

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-# To a light bird

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-# From a tall giraffe

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-# To a short monkey

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-# From a big elephant to a tiny bee

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-# There's room for everyone

-in the world #

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-Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!

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-This will be the best song...

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-..since my last 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 to shrink

-and enter a world of smiling.

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-Come to the land of the fairies

-to enjoy dancing and singing.

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-Are you ready?

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-# From a heavy hippo

-to a light bird

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-# From a tall giraffe

-to a short monkey

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-# From a big elephant to a tiny bee

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-# There's room for everyone

-in the world

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-# A giant wanted to eat all the food

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-# In a small country. How very rude!

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-# Soldiers, sailors

-and strong men tried, you know

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-# To get him to leave

-but he just wouldn't go

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-# But onto the giant's skin

-a flea hopped and so

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-# He tickled the giant

-from head to toe

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-# The giant scratched and scratched.

-It drove him insane

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-# He cried, he laughed

-and he cried again

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-# He ran from the small country

-as fast as he could

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-# He never came back.

-He was gone for good

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-# From a heavy hippo

-to a light bird

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-# From a tall giraffe

-to a short monkey

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-# From a big elephant to a tiny bee

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-# There's room for everyone

-in the world

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-# There's room for everyone

-in the world #

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-What a great song!

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-What a great song!

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-Yes.

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-Thanks to you,

-I'm happy to be fairy-sized.

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-You're the perfect size to be Do!

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-That's true, Oli.

-I love being Do-sized!

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-It's the perfect size for me.

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-I'm going home now

-to tell Re how happy I am.

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-I'll sing that song with her.

-I'm sure she loves it.

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-Great! Then please take the song to

-the small children in the big world.

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-It's time for this Oli-sized girl

-to leave, too.

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-Oh, so soon?

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-Oh, so soon?

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-Yes, but I'll be back shortly!

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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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-.

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Pwy fasai'n meddwl y byddai chwannen fach yn gallu llorio cawr mawr? Wel dyna stori Twr y Cloc heddiw. A little flea manages to stop a huge giant in his tracks in today's story.


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