Y Syrcas Marcaroni


Y Syrcas

Heddiw, daw Roli Odl ar ymweliad arall â Thwr y Cloc. Mae ganddo stori am greadur anhygoel, anferthol. Roli Odl's visiting again today - and as ever, he has a brilliant tale to ...


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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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-What was that, Clorian?

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-Yes, there's so much to do today.

-So many songs to compose.

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-I don't know when one will come,

-but when it does...

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-We have to be ready and raring

-to go. Precisely, Clorian.

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-Marcaroni!

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-Oli Odl is here.

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-Marcaroni will be so glad

-to see you.

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-Where is he?

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-# Ha, ha! Here I am #

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-Oh, Roli!

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-How are you? This is exciting.

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-Do you have a story for me?

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-A story I can turn

-into a great song.

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-The greatest story ever.

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-The greatest story ever

-in the whole wide world?

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-Probably.

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-Probably.

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-It will be the greatest song ever.

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-Superbulous! What is it?

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-Do? Re?

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-Uncle Roli is about

-to tell us a story.

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-Let's go to the Lwlilw.

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-Let's go to the Lwlilw.

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-I think your nose will itch...

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-..and your knees will knock before

-you can say Roli-odl-oodle-addle-ey.

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-Come on, fairies.

-Bring your instruments with you.

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-I need to listen

-to the story because... I say so.

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-I can't wait to see Lwlilw.

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-Ready to wake him up?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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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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-Hiya, Lwlilw.

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-Lwlilw-lwlw.

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-Off you go, Uncle Roli.

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-Off you go, Uncle Roli.

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-Yes, please.

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-Tell the story.

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-Something happened in the middle

-of town in the great wide world.

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-What happened?

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-There was a hullaballoo

-but I missed it.

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-What did you miss?

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-I asked Bili Bach,

-the boy who knows everything...

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-.."What's going on, Bili Bach?"

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-"Goodness me!" he exclaimed...

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-.."A monster's

-just walked through town."

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-"What kind of monster?" I asked.

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-"I couldn't see very well

-because I'm so short," replied Bili.

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-"What I did see, between everyone

-else's feet, was 20 pairs of legs."

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-A monster with 20 pairs of legs?

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-Did you hear that, Lwlilw?

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-You can imagine the noise it made.

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-A stomping sound.

-And everyone else.

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-Stomp around like a monster

-with 20 pairs of legs.

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-Goodness me, oh, my!

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-Goodness me, oh, my! It was so loud.

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-The day a monster came to town.

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-Excellent, Oli.

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-Then, I saw Mal Tal,

-the tallest man in town.

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-"What did you see, Mal Tal?"

-I asked.

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-"Dear me," he replied.

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-"All I saw was seven heads. Seven

-heads, a few lumps and huge horns."

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-Great, great, on a plate.

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-Grab my coat-tails.

-Let's pretend we're the monster.

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-I have horns!

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-Goodness me, oh, my! It was so loud.

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-The day a monster came to town.

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-What did you do next?

-Did you see this thing?

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-I needed to know more.

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-I asked Olig Canolig.

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-She's not small or tall.

-She's somewhere in the middle.

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-"What happened, Olig Canolig?"

-I asked.

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-"Oh, good gracious me," she replied.

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-"I was standing over there

-near the gate...

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-"..and I saw flames

-shooting into the sky...

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-"..huge ears flapping

-and long necks and hair.

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-"Hair everywhere."

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-This beast, this hairy beast,

-had 20 pairs of legs...

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-..seven heads, lumps, horns,

-long necks and it breathed fire.

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-I wish I'd seen that.

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-I'd have sung...

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day a monster came to town #

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-How exciting.

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-What sound did it make?

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-According to Bili, Mal and Olig...

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-..its heart was beating -

-boom, boom, boom.

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-Its teeth rattled -

-tsing, tsing, tsing.

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-He must have had a bellyache.

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-He had the worst bout of wind ever.

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-He was the noisiest monster

-this town had ever heard.

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day a monster came to town

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day a monster came to town #

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-I needed to hear more.

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-I asked my best friend,

-Llyr Dweud y Gwir.

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-"Llyr, did you see the seven-headed,

-40-legged, lumpy, fire-breathing...

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-"..long-necked, hairy monster...

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-"..which boom-boom-boomed and

-tsing-tsinged through the town?

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-"Everyone was so scared of it."

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-"I saw everything," he replied.

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-That was no monster.

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-It was the circus

-marching through town!

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-There they go. See?

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-Walking over the hill.

-That's where they were.

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-Elephants, giraffes, flame-throwers,

-jugglers, monkeys, acrobats...

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-..all in a line,

-walking over the hill.

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-As much as I love the circus...

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-..I preferred it

-when it was a monster.

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-You said it was a good story.

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-Even better than that...

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-..my nose is itching, my eyes are

-rolling and my fingers are dancing.

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-My knees are knocking,

-my toes are shaking.

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-There's a song on the way.

-Clap your hands and stomp your feet.

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-We need to sound like a circus.

-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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-# There were 20 pairs of legs

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-# Stomping through the town

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-# It sounded like

-a thousand trumpets

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-# Playing side by side

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-# So much could be seen

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-# Long tails swaying

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-# Horns and giant lumps everywhere

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day the circus came to town

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day the circus came to town

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-# The flames stretched

-all the way to the clouds

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-# There were giant ears flapping

-and long necks

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-# Loud drums were beaten

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-# Cymbals sounded

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-# There was so much excitement

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day the circus came to town

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-# Goodness me, oh, my!

-It was so loud

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-# The day the circus came to town #

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-Thank you for that excellent story.

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-Thank you, Uncle Roli.

-That was so much fun.

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-# The day the circus came to town #

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-The little children in the big world

-will love to hear that.

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-It was a pleasure, my friends.

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-Thank you for asking Roli to visit.

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-Anything for a new song.

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-I'd better go.

-Things to do, people to see.

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-You never know when Roli Odl

-will find another story.

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-I'll come with you.

-It's time for me to go, too.

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-So soon?

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-We'd better get ready to go.

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-Cheerio, Oli. Cheerio, 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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Heddiw, daw Roli Odl ar ymweliad arall â Thwr y Cloc. Mae ganddo stori am greadur anhygoel, anferthol. Roli Odl's visiting again today - and as ever, he has a brilliant tale to tell.


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