Shoni Wynwns Pentre Bach


Shoni Wynwns

Daw Shoni Wynwns i Bentre Bach, a'i feic o dan bwysau trwm y nionod o Lydaw. Shoni Wynwns arrives in Pentre Bach, his bicycle laden with huge onions from Brittany.


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-# Lah, lah-lah

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-# Lah, lah, leh, loo #

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-(FRENCH ACCENT) This is the chapel,

-so the village must be over there.

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-Wonderful.

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-Pentre Bach.

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-We're here!

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-Wonderful.

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-Ah! This must be Gwesty Pili Pala.

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-Hello!

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-Maybe not.

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-A-ha! The shop. Wonderful.

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-Hello, hello. How are you?

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-I'm Sioni Winwns

-and I come from Brittany.

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-Sioni Winwns, from Brittany?

-It's good to meet you.

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-Did you come here on your bike?

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-Did you come here on your bike?

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-Oui, oui.

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-How much are your onions?

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-These are the best onions

-in Brittany.

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-Three pounds to everyone else.

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-Two pounds, to you.

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-How about one pound?

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-How about one pound fifty?

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-How about one pound fifty?

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-It's a deal.

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-Whose bike is this?

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-HE SNIFFS

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-Whose onions are these?

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-Jac y Jwc! What's going on here?

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-Jac y Jwc! What's going on here?

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-Oh, I'm really sorry.

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-Everything's alright. Not to worry.

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-Is this your bike?

-Are these your onions?

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-What is he talking about?

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-He's asking about your onions.

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-He's asking about your onions.

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-Yes, they're mine.

-I am Sioni Winwns.

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-Jac y Jwc.

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-Where is Gwesty Pili Pala, please?

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-Where is Gwesty Pili Pala, please?

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-Gwesty Pili Pala is next door.

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-Jini's staying there.

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-Jini's staying there.

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-Oh, that's wonderful news.

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-Jini.

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-A beautiful name

-for a beautiful lady.

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-Isn't she lovely?

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-How long will you be around, Sioni?

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-How long will you be around, Sioni?

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-One, two or three nights.

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-However long it takes

-to sell all these onions.

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-Show Sioni around,

-before he goes to Gwesty Pili Pala.

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-Oui, oui.

-That would be great. Merci.

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-After you.

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-Merci.

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-See you later, Jini.

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-See you later, Jini.

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-Yes, Jac. Come on, Sioni Winwns.

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-That's Sali Mali's cafe.

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-Dwmplen Malwoden

-lives in that house.

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-Dwmplen Malwoden?

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-Dwmplen Malwoden?

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-Yes.

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-This is Bili Bom Bom's workshop.

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-This is Bili Bom Bom's workshop.

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-Bili Bom Bom?

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-This is Bili Bom Bom's workshop.

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-Bili Bom Bom?

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-Yes - Bili Bom Bom.

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-Getting ready to close, Parri?

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-Getting ready to close, Parri?

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-Yes.

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-Has Jini come back?

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-Has Jini come back?

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-Yes. I saw Jini and Sioni Winwns

-come back a while ago.

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-They looked as though

-they were having fun.

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-(JINI) # As I was returning home,

-I met a jolly Sioni #

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-They're still having fun!

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-Hello, Jac y Jwc.

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-Hello, Jemeima Mop.

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-What's wrong with him?

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-(JINI) # He had just crossed the sea

-to this small island of ours

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-# Ho-la-ci

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a holi-a-cwcw

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a holi-a-cwcw

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a holi-a-cwcw

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a ho #

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-It's your turn, Sioni.

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-It's your turn, Sioni.

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-Oh, alright.

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-# I am a little boy.

-I come from Brittany

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-# And I can play

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-# What can you play?

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-# I can play the piano

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-# Pia-pia, piano. Piano, piano

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-# Pia-pia, piano. Pia-piano

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-# I am a little boy.

-I come from Brittany

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-# And I can play

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-# And I can play

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-# What can you play?

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-# And I can play

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-# I can play the piccolo

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-# Picco-picco, piccolo.

-Piccolo, piccolo

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-# Picco-picco, piccolo.

-Picco-piccolo #

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-It's your turn, Jini.

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-What shall I sing?

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-I know! You must sing along with me.

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-# Down by the sea,

-there are red roses

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-# Down by the sea,

-there are white lilies

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-# Down by the sea

-you'll find my sweetheart

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-# He sleeps by night

-and is awake by day

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-# Down by the sea,

-there is a smooth rock

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-# I spoke to my sweetheart

-by that rock

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-# Around the rock there grow lilies

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-# And a few sprigs of rosemary #

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-Well done, Jini.

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-That was wonderful.

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-What about this one?

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-# Ride the bus to Cardiff city,

-Cardiff city, Cardiff city

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-# Ride the bus to Cardiff city

-early in the morning #

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-Have you been to Cardiff, Sioni?

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-Have you been to Cardiff, Sioni?

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-Cardiff?

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-Yes. Cardiff is our capital city.

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-Hello again, Jac.

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-Are you on your own? Where's Jini?

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-Jini's too busy, Parri.

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-Too busy?

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-Too busy?

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-Yes - talking and singing,

-with Sioni Winwns.

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-Oh, I see.

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-Fair play to Jini.

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-Fair play to Jini.

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-Fair play to Jini?!

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-Why, Parri?

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-Why, Parri?

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-For giving Sioni Winwns

-so much attention.

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-Fair play to her for giving

-Sioni Winwns so much attention?

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-What about me?

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-She's ignored me today.

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-Jac, she's only trying to

-help someone who's far from home.

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-Someone who's far from home?

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-Who?

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-Sioni Winwns, of course.

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-He's far from home and he doesn't

-know anyone in Pentre Bach.

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-Jini is very kind.

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-She's trying to

-make him feel welcome.

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-I didn't think of that.

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-You're fright, Parri.

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-You're fright, Parri.

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-No, I'm right, Jac y Jwc.

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-Jac! Where are you?

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-Here you are, Jac!

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-Where have you been?

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-I went for a walk.

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-I needed some fresh air, Jini.

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-We've been waiting for you.

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-Come on!

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-Here we are.

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-Jac y Jwc!

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-Jini had started to worry about you

-hadn't you, Jini?

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-Yes, I was worried, Jac y Jwc.

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-It's your turn to sing a song.

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-It's your turn to sing a song.

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-Sing?!

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-I can't sing.

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-I can tell jokes, mind you.

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-That's right, isn't it, Jini?

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-That's right, isn't it, Jini?

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-Yes, Jac. You can tell jokes.

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-What do you call a man

-who can make clothes change colour?

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-We don't know, Jac.

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-What do you call a man

-who can make clothes change colour?

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-Dye.

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-Dye!

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-Do you get it, Sioni?

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-Do you get it, Sioni?

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-No, I don't.

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-Dye is something which

-changes the colour of material.

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-It sounds like Dai - a man's name.

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-Dye - Dai!

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-Dye. Dai. Ah!

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-He gets it now.

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-Let's sing another song.

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-# As I was returning home,

-I met a jolly Sioni

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-# He had just crossed the sea

-to this small island of ours

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-# Ho-la-ci

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a holi-a-cwcw

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a holi-a-cwcw

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a holi-a-cwcw

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-# Holi-a-ci-ci a ho #

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Daw Shoni Wynwns i Bentre Bach, a'i feic o dan bwysau trwm y nionod o Lydaw. Shoni Wynwns arrives in Pentre Bach, his bicycle laden with huge onions from Brittany.


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