Yr Ystlum Gynta 'Rioed Marcaroni


Yr Ystlum Gynta 'Rioed

Mae gan Oli stori am lygoden fach oedd yn gwirioni ar gaws - ond doedd dim i'w gael yn unman. Oli has a tale about a mouse who loved cheese. There was none left so he went to th...


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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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-Hello today...

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-..how are you?

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-The next one out is you!

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-You're out, Do.

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-Again, again.

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-Hello today...

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-..how are you?

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-The next one out is you!

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-Plinky plonk!

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-I'm out now.

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-This game is fun.

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-I always have fun with you.

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-Me with you, too.

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-Hello today...

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-..how are you?

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-The next one out is you.

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-Thanks, Bachyn.

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-Hello, Cradur.

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-Do you like my costume?

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-Today is Mouse Day!

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-I've decided to dress up as a mouse

-to join in the fun.

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-What's Mouse Day?

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-It's a day when all the mice

-relax and rest.

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-Yes. Like Christmas,

-but mouse Christmas.

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-There's enough cheese

-for all of them.

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-Now then, where's Marcaroni?

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-Marcaroni?

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-A-ha! Oli, you're here.

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-I'm so glad you're here.

-A song could come along at any time.

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-When it comes,

-we have to be ready for it.

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-Slide, slide, slide away.

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-Happy new day to you, Oli Odl.

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-Happy new day to you, Oli Odl.

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-The same to you, Marcaroni.

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-Happy new day to you, Clorian.

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-And Cradur. How could I forget

-our friend in the clock?

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-Did you sleep well?

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-Magnificent, magnificent.

-Everything's as it should be.

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-Is this mine? Hot chocolate.

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-No, Marcaroni, don't.

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-Too late!

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-It's not hot chocolate, it's...

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-Gravy.

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-It's tasty but not the taste

-I was expecting.

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-It looks like hot chocolate.

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-It's not hot chocolate.

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-That's odd.

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-Sometimes, things look

-like something else.

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-You look different somehow today.

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-I'm not sure why, though.

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-I know! You've cut your hair.

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-We know, we know.

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-Can we tell you?

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-Of course.

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-Of course.

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-Oli...

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-..has dressed up...

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-..like a mouse.

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-Well, yes, of course.

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-I knew that, naturally.

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-I just wanted to see

-if everyone else knew.

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-Well done, fairies.

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-Oli?

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-Yes, Marcaroni?

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-Why have you dressed up

-like a mouse?

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-Today is Mouse Day.

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-I've dressed like this

-to join in the fun.

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-I saw many mice this morning,

-having fun and eating cheese.

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-I think you look

-like a magnificent mouse.

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-Thank you, Marcaroni. Sometimes,

-things look like something else.

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-This sounds like a...

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-This sounds like a...

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-Rhyming story.

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-I love rhyming stories.

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-I love rhyming stories.

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-We love Oli's rhymes.

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-Rhyming is what the Odls do best.

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-Wargh, wargh, wargh!

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-Ready?

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-There was a little mouse

-and "squeak", it said!

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-It lived on only water and bread.

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-A little bird

-flew down from the trees...

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-..and told the mouse

-the moon was made of cheese.

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-But the moon

-is so far away in the sky.

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-How could the mouse take a bite?

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-It climbed a ladder

-and bounced on a trampoline.

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-It's tied five balloons

-to both its knees.

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-Then it tied four bed sheets

-to every foot.

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-And now she's the first ever bat.

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-She flew all the way up

-to the moon...

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-..and she's not expected back

-any time soon.

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-Oli, you're not a mouse,

-you're a bat, the first ever bat.

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-Sometimes, things aren't

-what they appear to be.

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-You flapped your wings

-all the way to the moon.

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-To eat all the cheese.

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-Hang on.

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-My nose is itching, my eyes

-are rolling, 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.

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-There's a song on the way.

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-There's a song on the way.

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-There's a song on the way.

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-Come on, let's go to Lwlilw.

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-Ready to sing? After three.

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-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.

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-Lwlilw. Oli's just come up

-with an excellent rhyming story.

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-It'll make an excellent song

-for the children.

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-Lwlilwlilwlilw.

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-You want to hear it?

-Listen to it, it's magnificent.

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-Go for it, Oli.

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-There was a little mouse

-and "squeak", it said!

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-It lived on only water and bread.

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-A little bird

-flew down from the trees...

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-..and told the mouse

-the moon was made of cheese.

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-Magnificent. What? You want to know

-if the mouse made it to the moon?

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-Lwlilwlilwlilw.

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-If she did, how did she go?

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-Well... No, I can't say.

-You tell him, Oli.

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-She flew to the moon!

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-Yes.

-She wasn't a mouse, she was a bat.

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-We can do the moves.

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-Yes. I want to pretend

-being a mouse.

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-Then a bat flapping its wings.

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-Good idea.

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-Can you teach us the moves,

-Oli, if you please?

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-# Lwlwlwlwlw

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-# Lwlwlwlwlw #

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-Lwli, I like

-what you're doing there.

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-Let's start with...

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-# Lwlwlwlwlw

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-# Lwlwlwlwlw

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-# Lwlwlwlwlw #

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-Lwli and I are ready. 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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-# There was a little mouse

-and "squeak", it said!

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-# It lived on only water and bread

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-# A little bird

-flew down from the trees

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-# And told the mouse

-the moon was made of cheese

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-# But the moon

-is so far away in the sky

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-# How could the mouse take a bite?

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-# It climbed a ladder

-and bounced on a trampoline

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-# It tied five balloons

-to both its knees

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-# Then it tied four bed sheets

-to every foot

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-# And now she's the first ever bat

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-# She flew all the way

-up to the moon

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-# And she's not expected back

-any time soon #

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-Thanks for that magnificent story,

-Oli.

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-The little children

-in the big world will love it.

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-They can play to it.

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-They can play to it.

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-And dress up to it.

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-That was so much fun.

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-I can't wait to sing that song...

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-..the next time I recite

-the story of the first ever bat.

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-Sometimes, things aren't

-what they appear to be.

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-Well, I'd better go now.

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-So soon?

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-Will you be back again?

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-Of course. I'll be back in no time.

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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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Mae gan Oli stori am lygoden fach oedd yn gwirioni ar gaws - ond doedd dim i'w gael yn unman. Oli has a tale about a mouse who loved cheese. There was none left so he went to the moon.


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