Y Morfil Bach Oli Dan y Don


Y Morfil Bach

Mae canu Oli yn drysu morfil ifanc sydd yn crwydro ac yn colli ei fam - rhaid iddyn nhw ei helpu i ddod o hyd i'w fam unwaith eto. Oli confuses a baby whale who wanders from hi...


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-# There's plenty of adventure

-in the sea

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-# Oli and Beth, friends are we

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-# Playing in the sea,

-lessons one, two and three

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-# Swimming around,

-fun for you and me

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-# Oli Dan y Don

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-# Oli Dan y Don

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-# Searching in the sea,

-it's so exciting as you can see

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-# Under the sea, under the sea #

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-THE LITTLE WHALE

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-VOICES

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-You can't catch me.

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-My sonar tells me that

-there's something straight ahead.

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-That thing is...

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-..Wena!

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-Look who's finally arrived

-to do some work.

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-Sorry for being late.

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-Sorry for being late.

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-There's no time to lose.

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-Take the top deck apart.

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-OK, Wena.

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-Now then, where is the top deck?

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-Oli, what's wrong with you?

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-Turn that sonar sound down before

-you scare everyone in the sea.

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-Hurry up.

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-We'd better make a start.

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-We'd better make a start.

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-Yes, let's get a move on.

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-Hello?

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-Coo-eee.

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-Hello, anyone home?

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-Whoa! Wargh!

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-Hello, Wena.

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-Hello, you.

-You almost knocked me over.

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-Get back to work.

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-Wow, cool.

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-BELL RINGS

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-OLI LAUGHS

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-Oli!

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa!

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-You can't catch me.

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa!

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-If you're as energetic in work

-as you are in play...

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-..you'll be finished in no time.

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-..you'll be finished in no time.

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-I love this job.

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-Me, too, it's fun.

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-BELLOWING NOISE

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-SCREECHING NOISE

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-What on earth

-is that strange noise?

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-It's incredible.

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-I've told you once

-to reduce the sound of your sonar.

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-It's not me.

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-It's a school of orca whales.

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-Did you see that?

-The mother called to her baby.

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-As if she was talking to him.

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-She might well be. Every school

-of whales has an unique call.

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-Incredible.

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-Some say it sounds like a song.

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-Yes. A travelling song.

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-I like singing when I'm travelling.

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-# I have work to do under the water

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-# When I work hard I like to sing

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-# Collecting scrap metal in the sea

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-# Singing while working

-is a lot of fun #

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-What did you think

-of my working song?

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-Well, um... it was noisy.

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-I agree.

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-Usually, with a working song,

-you work.

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-Oh, yeah. Back to work.

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-OK.

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-OK.

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-# I have work to do under the water

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-# When I work hard I like to sing

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-And less noise!

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-# I have work to do under the water

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-# When I work hard I like to sing

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-# Collecting scrap metal in the sea

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-# Singing while working

-is a lot of fun

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-# We've finished our work,

-the skip is full

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-# I'll carry on singing

-all afternoon #

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-Oli, you frightened my squid.

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-I was only singing.

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-I don't think so.

-My squid love singing.

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-D'you want help to round them up?

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-No, thanks, Oli. I'll manage.

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-What can Oli do

-but no-one can see, Beth?

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-I don't know -

-what can Oli do but no-one can see?

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-Noise, and plenty of it.

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-Sid, are you OK?

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-In there. A big thing.

-Teeth. A monster.

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-What did he say?

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-TERRIFYING NOISE

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-Something about a monster

-in his room.

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-There's a monster in there making

-enough noise to wake the dead.

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-Oli, it sounds like an orca.

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-Orca? The scary whales which kill?

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-It won't harm us. They get

-their name because of their teeth.

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-What?

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-It's probably a baby. An adult orca

-couldn't fit in your room.

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-I'm going in to find out

-what's happening.

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-Whoa!

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-It might be a baby

-but his teeth are gigantic.

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-We have to get the whale out

-and take him to his mother.

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-OK, take care.

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-Good luck.

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-Good luck.

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-Sshh!

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-Good luck.

-

-Sshh!

-

-Sorry.

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-CHOMP

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-CHOMP

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-Wargh!

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-It's a strong baby.

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-It doesn't want to hurt you.

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-It's scared of coming out.

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-It's scared of coming out.

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-I know. What can we do?

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-When the whale wandered away

-from his school this morning...

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-..his mother sang to him.

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-She sang to him?

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-That's it. I'll sing to him.

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-Not like you were singing.

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-# Come out, little whale,

-we're your friends

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-# Don't worry about us #

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-Oli, it's working.

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-Switch your sonar on.

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-He likes the sound of your sonar.

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-He likes the sound of your sonar.

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-He does.

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-Do you think he followed my sonar

-instead of his school?

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-Maybe. It doesn't matter now.

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-We need to get him

-back to his mother.

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-OK.

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-OK.

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-He might follow your sonar.

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-OK.

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-Dive, Oli, dive.

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-Diving.

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-What's on your screen, Beth?

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-The whales are close by. They

-follow the same path every year.

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-We should see his mother.

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-Maybe. It's a big ocean.

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-It would be lovely for the mother...

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-..to see her son again.

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-I hope Oli succeeds.

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-A-ha! The mother.

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-Make a noise with your sonar

-and the baby will react.

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-Of course.

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-You're going home.

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-I'm so glad we found her.

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-Me, too.

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-The strongest love is the love

-between a mother and her son.

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Mae canu Oli yn drysu morfil ifanc sydd yn crwydro ac yn colli ei fam - rhaid iddyn nhw ei helpu i ddod o hyd i'w fam unwaith eto. Oli confuses a baby whale who wanders from his mother.