Llyn ac Eifionydd Noson Lawen


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Llyn ac Eifionydd

Dilwyn Morgan sy'n cyflwyno Noson Lawen Llyn ac Eifionydd. With Gwyneth Glyn, Twm Morys, The Hendre Cennin family, Anni & Megan Llyn, Patrobas, Côr yr Heli, Alaw Tecwyn & Aelwyd...


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-Hello and welcome to Pontio, Bangor.

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-I'm Dilwyn Morgan.

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-The lovely people

-of Lleyn and Eifionydd...

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-..will join me this evening

-for Noson Lawen.

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-This area

-is very close to my heart...

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-..as I was born and raised in

-Carn Fadryn in the heart of Lleyn.

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-Patrobas start us off,

-a local contemporary folk band.

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-Welcome to the Noson Lawen

-from Lleyn and Eifionydd.

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-# What's going on in your head

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-# When you get up

-on a sunny morning

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-# In the summer

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-# Only winter?

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-# What's going on in your head

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-# When the fear's gripping you

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-# It hits you

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-# Does it hurt?

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-# Every Sunday morning

-in your cheap paper

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-# You read words of betrayal

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-# About the state of your nation

-and your father

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-# Who's turning in his grave

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-# What's going on in your head

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-# When you put your cross on paper

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-# Does it make sense,

-a lot of sense?

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-# What's going on in your head

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-# When you hear propaganda

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-# Saying, "Listen, do that!"

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-# Every Sunday morning

-in your cheap paper

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-# You read words of betrayal

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-# About the state of your country

-and your father

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-# Who's turning in his grave

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-# What's going on in your head

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-# Not a thought

-for your own children

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-# In the picture

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-# Just yourself

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-# What will go on in your head

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-# As you realize the betrayal

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-# Of your country when it's gone?

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-# Every Sunday morning

-in your cheap paper

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-# You read words of betrayal

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-# About the state of your nation

-and your father

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-# Who's turning in his grave

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-# Every Sunday morning

-in your cheap paper

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-# You read words of betrayal

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-# About the state of your nation

-and your father

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-# Who's turning in his grave #

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-Thank you to Patrobas

-for their song Geiriau Brad.

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-Thank you for the welcome

-at the Bryn Terfel Theatre.

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-One of pleasures

-of being brought up on Lleyn...

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-..was going to the seaside.

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-Back then,

-it didn't rain in the summer.

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-It was always sunny in summer.

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-We spent days at the seaside.

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-I was in Ysgol Llaniestyn. Mr Ifans

-allowed us to go to the seaside.

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-We'd bring sandwiches.

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-Do you remember

-home-made tomato sandwiches...

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-..with some sand on them?

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-It would make them crunchy.

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-I loved going to the seaside.

-I'd look forward to it.

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-Until I was seven years old.

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-Something happened to me then

-which still affects me.

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-When I was seven,

-Nain knitted me a bathing costume.

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-Think of me as a seven-year-old...

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-..dragging myself

-away from the waves...

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-..with four and a half gallons of

-seawater sloshing between my knees.

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-So if there are grandmothers

-in the audience...

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-..please don't ever knit

-a bathing costume...

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-..especially

-for seven-year-old boys.

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-It can affect them

-and they can turn out to be like me.

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-We have young singers

-from Lleyn and Eifionydd next.

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-The choir's been

-a nurturing ground...

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-..for lots of young people

-over the years.

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-They've been successful

-for over 30 years.

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-Cor Aelwyd Chwilog

-are a happy bunch.

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-They really enjoy singing.

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-They enjoy meeting each other

-every Sunday night.

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-We meet at Chwilog Hall.

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-They're chatty. Very chatty.

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-It can be a job sometimes

-to get them to be silent.

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-But it's great

-to be their conductor.

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-We're going to sing Dangos Y Ffordd

-by Robat Arwyn.

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-# Show me the way,

-switch on the light

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-# Hold my hand to share the strain

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-# Shoulder my burden

-and soothe my pain

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-# Let me see the path clearly

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-# Show me the way,

-switch on the light

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-# Hold my hand to share the strain

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-# Shoulder my burden

-and soothe my pain

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-# Let me see the path clearly

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-# Show me the way

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-# No-one knew but me

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-# How empty my life was

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-# How empty without you

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-# How empty without you

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-# A smile I wore

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-# Laughed with everyone

-and with you

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-# But the smile didn't fool me

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-# Show me the way,

-switch on the light

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-# Hold my hand to share the strain

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-# Shoulder my burden

-and soothe my pain

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-# Let me see the path clearly

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-# Show me the way,

-switch on the light

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-# Hold my hand to share the strain

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-# Shoulder my burden

-and soothe my pain

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-# Let me see the path clearly

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-# Show me the way

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-# Show me the way

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-# Show me the way,

-switch on the light

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-# Hold my hand to share the strain

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-# Shoulder my burden

-and soothe my pain

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-# Let me see

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-# The path clearly

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-# Show me the way #

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-Thank you, Cor Aelwyd Chwilog.

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-A man who was closely associated

-with the area...

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-..was the late Alun Sbardun Huws.

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-He was born and raised

-in Penrhyndeudraeth.

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-He wrote many songs about the area

-where he was brought up.

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-After he died, his wish was

-that his collection of guitars...

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-..would be shared

-among young Welsh musicians.

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-One who received one of

-the instruments from his family...

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-..was the musician, Euron Jos.

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-Tonight, Euron is going to play

-the accompaniment on that guitar.

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-He's join by Gwyneth Glyn

-and Twm Morys...

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-..to perform one of Sbardun's songs,

-Y Coliseum.

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-# There's frost on the Moelwyn

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-# The wind in the night is cold

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-# It's blowing from Russia

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-# And freezes the moon's ears

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-# But I'm warm in the darkness

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-# Staring at the screen

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-# Sharing ten Woodbines

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-# With Gwil and Jimmy Dean

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-# I wonder if I'll see you

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-# In the Coliseum

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-# I remember seeing the newsreels

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-# In colour and black and white

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-# Vietnam and the Cuban crisis

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-# And Martin Luther King

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-# And when I saw a dream ending

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-# Far away in Dallas one day

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-# I knew as I went home

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-# That my world was changing

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-# I remember that night

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-# In the Coliseum

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-# On the screen

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-# I saw sadness and violence

-and happiness

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-# Under the screen,

-the laughter and tears became one

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-# The screen

-was an escape from the world

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-# To paradise

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-# Long, long ago

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-# I grew up and I travelled

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-# Along the world's paths

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-# I doted on its beauty

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-# And all its wonders

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-# In places

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-# I first saw on the screen

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-# Sharing ten Woodbines

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-# With Gwil and Jimmy Dean

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-# Fond memories tonight

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-# About the Coliseum

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-# I learn a lot about life

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-# In the shilling and nine-penny

-seats

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-# How to walk like a cowboy

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-# How to dance in the rain

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-# And how to love pictures

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-# And words and poems and songs

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-# And keep them in my heart

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-# Warm and pure

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-# And my heart tonight

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-# Is in the Coliseum

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-# In the Coliseum

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-# Coliseum

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-# Coliseum

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-# In the Coliseum

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-# Coliseum

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-# Coliseum

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-# In the Coliseum

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-# Coliseum

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-# Coliseum #

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We have a very cultured family

-from the Eifionydd area next.

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-First, I'll say the name

-of the farm - Hendre Cennin.

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-You'll know now

-who I'm talking about.

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-I'm told that

-the Hendre Cennin children...

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-..could sing before they could walk.

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-I'm not sure.

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-John Eifion and his sisters,

-Helen Medi, Carol Ann and Glesni...

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-..are going to sing one of

-Endaf Emlyn's legendary songs.

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-He's another musician whose roots

-are in the Lleyn Peninsula.

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-So, please welcome the Hendre Cennin

-family with the song Madryn.

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-# The sound of waves

-awakens the night

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-# Ebbing down the beach

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-# An early song above the moor

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-# Dawn has broken

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-# Mist on the river

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-# Wanders down the valley

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-# A beam of sun in Nanhoron Woods

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-# Children on the Garn's slopes

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-# Busily gather bilberries

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-# Bees hum at midday

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-# In the heather flowers

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-# A plough in a distant valley

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-# Tears up the soil

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-# The warm sun over Madryn

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-# Calls to me

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-# The sound of the wind,

-full of rain

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-# The night is long

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-# Tree branches whip the moon

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-# Summer's gone

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-# Snow on Snowdonia

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-# The harbour frozen over

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-# The sea tries to assail Pwllheli

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-# Pwllheli

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-# Madryn's walls are cold

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-# The mansion's closed

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-# The tree's branches

-are white with frost

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-# Like fragile bones

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-# Clouds on the horizon

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-# Are drawing near

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-# The wind and rain of Madryn

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-# Are calling

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-# They call to me

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-# Madryn

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-# Madryn

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-# Madryn

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-# Madryn

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-# Madryn

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-# Madryn

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-# Mmm

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-# Waiting for dawn

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-# Waiting for the day

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-# Holiday and work,

-work and holiday

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-# Day after day

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-# The early workers' train

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-# Chugging down from the valley

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-# Night retreats from the city

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-# A feeble light in the east

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-# A promise of the day

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-# A world that doesn't know Madryn

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-# Or distant Lleyn

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-# Grease and dirt, smoke and noise

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-# This is what will be

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-# And the wind and rain in Madryn

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-# Call

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-# And the heat of the sun in Madryn

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-# Call

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-# Call to me

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-# Call to me #

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-Wonderful.

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-Many thanks

-to the Hendre Cennin family.

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-The Lleyn and Eifionydd Noson Lawen.

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-Have you ever thought where

-Lleyn ends and Eifionydd begins?

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-This next man

-might shed some light on the matter.

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-We'll see.

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-How many of you are from Lleyn?

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-How many of you are from Eifionydd?

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-Here's a rhyme

-about Lleyn and Eifionydd.

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-"According to adverts

-about holidays in the summer

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-"The beautiful town of Criccieth

-is on the Lleyn Peninsula

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-"That's a lie

-that makes a few Welsh people bitter

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-"Between Lleyn and Eifionydd

-there's such a thing as a border

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-"The River Erch is that,

-a river that's fierce and deep

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-"With some unearthly bleating

-from the far riverbank that's creepy

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-"Woe betide a lad from Eifionydd

-to court a girl and take her

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-"Through the brambles and the desert

-on the other side of the Erch river

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-"There are differences,

-and here's one you'll see

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-"There are people in Eifionydd

-and lots of calves on Lleyn

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-"Cynan belongs to Lleyn,

-though he's buried on Anglesey

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-"But anyone of interest,

-belongs to Eifionydd, actually

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-"Dafydd y Garreg Wen is one,

-Bryn Terfel, Eifion Wyn

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-"Jac Pigau'r Ser and Stewart Jones,

-Wil Sam and Gwyneth Glyn

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-"How is that? Well, it seems

-in the water there is something

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-"The Hendre Cennin family

-know all about that, I'm suggesting

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-"On Lleyn, what is popular

-is beer by Myrddin ap

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-"But like a drink

-from the River Dwyfach

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-"Cwrw Llyn is

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-"Well, it's not very good

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-"There's a castle in Eifionydd

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-"There's no castle on Lleyn

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-"There's always been such a welcome

-to build one there's been no need

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-"Caws Llyn is quite famous

-it's excellent I must say

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-"On the Eifionydd side of River Erch

-is where Caws Llyn is made

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-"But it's true that in Eifionydd

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-"The only place around

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-"That's misspelt by the town council

-can be found

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-"Where is that?

-Well, you'll know I'm sure

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-"The beautiful town of Criccieth

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-"On the Lleyn Peninsula"

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-Thank you very much.

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-Thank you, Twm Morys.

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-Next, we have a talented girl...

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-..from the village of Rhiw

-in the far reaches of Lleyn.

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-Alaw Tecwyn has been writing with

-Huw Erith, the poet and fisherman...

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-..for many years.

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-Huw Erith and I wrote a song called

-Yfory Newydd a few years ago.

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-We started writing

-for the Pendraw'r Byd festival.

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-It's part of a collection.

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-We recorded it onto CD.

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-# You're sleeping here

-so beautiful and perfect

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-# In your breath are faith and hope

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-# There's a dream on your pillow

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-# In your breath

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-# Is a new tomorrow

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-# I wonder what you'll do,

-what your destiny will be

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-# Will you be rich

-or will you be in debt?

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-# As your mother's one

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-# My baby won't get gold or silver

-from me

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-# But kisses

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-# What does this world

-and all its evil

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-# And its empty bowls offer you?

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-# But from me

-you'll receive cuddles

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-# You'll be protected

-from the scourge of drugs

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-# You're sleeping here

-so beautiful and perfect

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-# In your breath are faith and hope

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-# There's a dream on your pillow

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-# In your breath

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-# Is a new tomorrow

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-# I wonder where you'll be

-after you grow up

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-# You won't be again

-like you are tonight

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-# I wonder where you'll go

-with the blood of a gypsy

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-# And a nomadic nature in your veins

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-# What will you think of me?

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-# Will you understand

-all my weaknesses?

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-# When I put my life

-in your scales

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-# Will you view my faults

-as big or small?

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-# You're sleeping here

-so beautiful and perfect

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-# In your breath are faith and hope

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-# There's a dream on your pillow

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-# In your breath

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-# Is a new tomorrow

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-# No tossing or turning,

-you are so still

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-# Old worries are in a new light

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-# Too soon your time will come

-to wander

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-# My paths

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-# Don't wake up tonight

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-# Don't wake up tonight

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-# Don't wake up tonight #

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-Welcome back to the Noson Lawen

-in Lleyn and Eifionydd.

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-Sarn Mellteyrn on Lleyn

-is home to these two sisters.

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-Though both of them

-now live in big cities...

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-..Anni in Cardiff

-and Megan in London.

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-But they're back home tonight.

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-They're going to perform a song

-by Anni...

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-..that won in the composing

-and performing competition...

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-..at the Pan Celtic Festival

-this year.

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-It's lovely to sing

-in front of a home audience...

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-..and to perform with local acts.

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-Yes.

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-We've been chatting

-with the Hendre Cennin family...

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-..Patrobas...

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-..and Alaw Tecwyn.

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-It's nice to be a part of it.

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-Anni lives in Cardiff

-and I live in London...

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-..so it's lovely to come home.

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-I'm sure

-that's what inspired the song.

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-Yes!

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-To perform Y Lon I Lyn...

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-..please give a warm welcome

-to Anni and Megan Llyn.

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-# The sun can sulk if it wants

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-# The birds can hide

-in their feathers

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-# It doesn't matter

-if there's anyone to hold my hand

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-# There will always

-be a place for me to shelter

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-# The people can come

-to fill the place

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-# My work can stay down south

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-# It doesn't matter

-if there are no trains

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-# I'll walk even if I'm old

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-# The sea will still soothe

-all my wounds

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-# And the road back home

-is still so precious to me

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-# The road to Lleyn

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-# My friends can leave the land

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-# The road back home can be long

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-# But it doesn't matter

-if I'm all alone

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-# There'll always be a warm welcome

-on Lleyn

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-# The sea will still soothe

-all my wounds

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-# And the road back home

-still so precious to me

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-# The road to Lleyn

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-# Ooh-ooh-ooh

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-# Ooh-ooh-ooh

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-# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh #

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-Thank you very much,

-Anni and Megan Llyn.

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-A rare sight in Lleyn and Eifionydd

-back in the day were policemen.

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-When I was 13,

-I found out that this wasn't true.

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-My cousin was called

-Henri Llechwedd.

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-Your surname didn't used to matter.

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-It was where you lived.

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-Henri Llechwedd.

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-I was Dilwyn Tyn Pwll.

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-Dewi Number One, as he lived

-in number 1, a council house.

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-It explained

-from where you were from.

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-Henri Llechwedd and Dilwyn Tyn Pwll

-bought a motorbike.

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-A yellow BSA Bantam 125.

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-We went all around the

-Lleyn Peninsula on the motorbike.

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-I was only 13.

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-We'd decided

-that we wanted to look for girls.

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-I don't know why to this day.

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-I had a girl at home - Mam.

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-I didn't want another one

-at the time. She was everything.

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-We decided to go to Dinas

-to look for girls.

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-We'd heard

-that Dinas girls were hot.

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-I didn't know what that meant.

-If they were hot, open the window.

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-Innocence.

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-Off we went.

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-I wore the helmet.

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-Henri thought that if he went

-to Dinas without a helmet...

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-..his hair would be messy.

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-So he wore a pair of tights

-belonging to his sister Linda...

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-..and put them over his head, not

-his face as if he was a bank robber.

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-He put it over his head

-to keep his hair tidy...

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-..and off we went on the BSA Bantam.

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-Halfway to Dinas,

-I noticed a blue light.

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-I looked back.

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-Within this much

-off the back the motorbike...

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-..was a policeman.

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-Just imagine what the policeman saw.

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-Two lads going on a motorbike.

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-One was wearing

-his sister's tights on his head.

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-When we were going

-on the motorbike...

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-..the legs of the tights

-would fill with wind.

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-They would be up in the air, one on

-each side of my head like this.

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-We stopped.

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-He got out.

-We were stood by the motorbike.

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-I was wearing the helmet...

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-..and Henri Llechwedd

-still had the tights on his head.

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-The wind had gone from the legs.

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-The legs were hanging down

-like the two ears of a rabbit.

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-We weren't sent to prison

-or anything of that sort.

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-Forty-five years later...

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-..after I'd done a concert

-in Blaenau Ffestiniog...

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-..a man came up to me

-and said, "Do you remember me?"

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-I had no idea.

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-Do you know who he was?

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-The policeman who'd stopped us

-45 years earlier.

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-He said, "Thank you very much.

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-"I got promoted through the ranks

-of North Wales Police...

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-"..because I could say

-hand on heart...

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-"..that I'd arrested Bugs Bunny

-in Carn Fadryn."

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-That's a true story.

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-Thank you.

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-Cor Yr Heli is a choir of beautiful

-women from Lleyn and Eifionydd.

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-They formed to compete...

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-..in the Cerdd Dant festival

-in Pwllheli in 2016.

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-Tonight, they're going to sing

-an arrangement by Gwenan Gibbard...

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-..their conductor, of the sea shanty

-Hwre Am Gei Caernarfon.

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-Please welcome Cor yr Heli.

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-# Hurrah

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-# Hurrah

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-# After down counting the days,

-each one

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Hurrah for my country and my home

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-# Hurrah for Caernarfon Quay

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Sing aye and aye-oh

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-# I'd rather hear the wind

-than have a pound to spend

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-# Hurrah for Caernarfon Quay

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-# So slow are the hands of the clock

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# It's been ready for ages

-to leave the dock

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-# For Caernarfon Quay

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Sing aye and aye-oh

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-# I'd rather hear the wind

-than have a pound to spend

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-# Hurrah for Caernarfon Quay

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-# Oh, you on the quay

-there's wind on the land

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Let go all the ropes

-to send it away

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-# For Caernarfon Quay

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Sing aye and aye-oh

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-# I'd rather hear the wind

-than have a pound to spend

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-# Hurrah for Caernarfon Quay

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-# The first to the yards,

-like a squirrel or quicker

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-# Aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# At last

-we can lower the sails to the wind

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-# Hurrah for

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-# Hurrah for Caernarfon,

-aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Sing aye and aye-oh

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-# I'd rather hear the wind

-than have a pound to spend

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-# Hurrah for Caernarfon Quay

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-# Aye and aye-oh

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-# Aye and aye-oh

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-# Aye-oh, aye and aye-oh

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-# Aye-oh, aye-ah and aye-oh

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-# Sing aye and aye-oh

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-# I'd rather hear the wind

-than have a pound to spend

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-# Hurrah

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-# For Caernarfon Quay #

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-Patrobas started

-about three years ago.

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-Iestyn and I looked at traditional

-instrumental folk songs together.

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-That led to us writing songs that

-went on our first EP, Dwyn Y Dail.

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-We then wrote an album,

-Lle Awn Ni Nesa'?

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-It was released on the Rasal label.

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-We're going to sing a song called

-Paid Rhoi Fyny, written by Wil.

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-I wrote it after reading a book

-called When Breath Becomes Air.

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-It's about a doctor

-missing opportunities.

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-It's a song about

-taking your opportunities.

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-# Well, I know I've done wrong

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-# How could I have been so weak?

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-# It was all a mistake

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-# I can't believe

-that this has happened

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-# Right under my nose

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-# I'll be kicking myself for ages

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-# For doing something so stupid

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-# Those who give enough love

-are sure of getting all of it back

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-# Don't give up

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-# Those who give enough love

-are sure of getting all of it back

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-# Remember that

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-# My heart is bigger than the earth

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-# Though it's you

-who got the key to it first

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-# You're not worth the trouble

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-# And I know that now

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-# And it's now empty

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-# The split in it is irreparable

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-# And the stitches

-are becoming loose

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-# Those who give enough love

-are sure of getting all of it back

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-# Don't give up

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-# Those who give enough love

-are sure of getting all of it back

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-# Remember that

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-# If you will

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-# What do you say?

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-# What do you say?

-

-# And you do

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-# What do you say?

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-# What do you say?

-

-# I'll always be an anchor to you

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-# And if you share

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-# And if you share

-

-# With everyone

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-# And try

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-# And try

-

-# With everyone

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-# You'll get all my love

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-# Those who give enough love

-are sure of getting all of it back

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-# Don't give up

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-# Those who give enough love

-are sure of getting all of it back

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-# Remember that #

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-Many thanks to Patrobas.

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-Our time is almost up.

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-I'd like to thank

-all tonight's artists.

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-We've had a feast.

-It's been a great night.

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-We have some real talent

-in Lleyn and Eifionydd.

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-Thank you

-for being such a warm audience.

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-I'll leave you

-with a classic song...

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-..that's relevant to us all,

-Adre.

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-Adre means Home

-and there's nowhere like home.

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-To perform Adre...

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-..please welcome Gwyneth Glyn,

-Euron Jones and Cor Aelwyd Chwilog.

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-Until next time, goodnight.

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-# There is a town in North Ontario

0:43:230:43:28

-# As Neil Young says in his song

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-# Sweet home, Alabama

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-# As Skynyrd said at the fireside

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-# I'm going back

-to Blaenau Ffestiniog, yeah

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-# Said Tebot Piws many years ago

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-# Take me home, country road

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-# Said Denver, but it's no use

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-# There's nowhere like home

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-# That's what they tell me

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-# There's nowhere like home, no

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-# But home is just like you

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-# I don't know where I'm going

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-# I don't know where I've been

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-# I've no idea where I am right now

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-# And God knows where I should be

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-# I've slept

-under the stars in the Sahara

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-# I've stayed up all night in Prague

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-# I've danced on a mountain

-with new friends

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-# And woken on an empty plane

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-# There's nowhere like home

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-# That's what they tell me

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-# There's nowhere like home, no

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-# But home is just like you

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-# My home is my heaven

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-# My birthplace is my world

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-# I know this place

-as well as I know myself

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-# So tell me why am I still lost?

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-# I don't have a map or a sign

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-# No Rough Guide for the journey

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-# I close my eyes and open my soul

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-# And follow the path of your voice

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-# I close my eyes and open my soul

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-# And follow the path of your voice

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-# There's nowhere like home

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-# That's what they tell me

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-# There's nowhere like home

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-# No

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-# But home is just like you

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-# Home

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-# Is just like you #

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-I enjoyed Patrobas.

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-Hendre Cennin were good.

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-Cor Aelwyd Chwilog were superb.

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-It showed the talent this area has.

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-Wonderful.

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Dilwyn Morgan sy'n cyflwyno Noson Lawen Llyn ac Eifionydd. With Gwyneth Glyn, Twm Morys, The Hendre Cennin family, Anni & Megan Llyn, Patrobas, Côr yr Heli, Alaw Tecwyn & Aelwyd Chwilog.