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Pennod 12

Aeron Pughe sy'n cyflwyno o Lanfair Caereinion yng nghwmni Dafydd Iwan, Robyn Lyn Evans, Gwibdaith Hen Frân ac eraill. With Dafydd Iwan, Robyn Lyn Evans, Gwibdaith Hen Frân and ...


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-Hello, I'm Aeron Pughe.

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-Welcome to a Noson Lawen

-from the Dyfi Valley.

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-We have great variety

-for you tonight.

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-YFC acts, the tenor - Robyn Lyn,

-Gwibdaith Hen Fran...

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-..and the best male voice choir

-in Wales, so they say.

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-To start us off, Dafydd Iwan

-is going to sing about mead.

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-Cheers!

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-# On the mountains are rowan trees

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-# On the mountains is gorse

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-# The trees and cups of heather

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-# Flourish in the sun and breezes

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-# Fresh air, happy sun

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-# Happy sun, fresh air

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-# The goodness

-of the sun and breezes

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-# Produce little cups of flowers

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-# And then the hunting will begin

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-# Thousands of bees

-come to make honey

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-# Summer breezes and the autumn sun

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-# Will turn them

-into honey before winter

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-# Golden honey, sweet honey

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-# Sweet honey, golden honey

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-# The sun and breezes on the flowers

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-# Bring forth golden, sweet honey

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-# After summer and autumn sunshine

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-# The long winter evenings

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-# By the fire

-to the sound of the harp

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-# How sweet the golden mead

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-# Sweet mead, golden mead

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-# Golden mead, sweet mead

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-# The sun and breezes

-in the bees' honey

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-# Becomes golden, sweet mead

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-# Sweet mead, golden mead

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-# Golden mead, sweet mead

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-# The sun and breezes

-in the bees' honey

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-# Golden mead

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-# Sweet mead #

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-Many thanks to Dafydd Iwan

-and to Mirain Haf and Elain Llwyd...

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-..for starting this Noson Lawen

-off in style.

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-Welcome. Are you all OK?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Good.

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-I remember Dafydd Iwan retiring

-at the Cnapan festival in 1997.

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-It was a very sad time

-for Welsh people.

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-Everyone was heartbroken.

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-I was busy shearing.

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-I was in a rush to finish early.

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-I started at 5.00am

-to finish at lunchtime...

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-..so I could go to the Cnapan to

-see Dafydd Iwan for the final time.

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-I was very excited.

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-If I'd only known he was singing

-the following weekend...

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-..I might not have bothered!

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-It seems Dafydd Iwan's

-getting younger, not older.

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-He had a beard recently

-but he's shaved it off.

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-I was going to pull his leg about

-it. He looked like Santa Claus!

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-He's still as fresh as ever.

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-Talking about fresh,

-this next couple are newly married.

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-Everything's very fresh for them!

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-Not getting too personal.

-I didn't ask them personal details.

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-They've got married...

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-..and now live in this area,

-in Aberhosan in the Dyfi Valley.

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-I was at the wedding,

-and it was a very good night.

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-They sang Save Your Love My Darling.

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-It was melodious.

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-Tonight...

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-..they're going to sing Nos O Ser

-A Nos O Serch by Offenbach.

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-Now the honeymoon period is over,

-it might be Not Quite So Often Bach!

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-We recorded this for the CD I made

-but it was before we got married.

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-If it had gone badly, I'm not sure

-if we'd have got married.

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-So that was the test!

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-As it went well,

-you thought, "There we are."

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-Yes. I knew she was a keeper!

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-Please welcome

-Robyn Lyn and Aneira Evans.

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-# Night of stars and night of love

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-# Fall gently o'er the waters

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-# Heav'n around below, above

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-# No more we'll heed the shore!

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-# Floating thus in silver light

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-# Sing on! Oh earth's fair daughters

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-# Love had ne'er an hour so bright

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-# In fabled days of yore

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-# The cadenc'd oar will rhyme

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-# To the measure we sing

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-# Till even charmed Time

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-# Fold a moment his wing

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-# Wander on!

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-# Till the dawn!

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-# Ah!

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-# Night of stars and night of love

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-# Fall gently o'er the waters

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-# Heav'n around below, above

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-# No more we'll heed the shore!

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-# Night of stars and of love

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-# Gently fall o'er the waters

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-# Heaven around below, above!

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-# Ah! Ah! Ah!

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-# Ah! Ah! Ah!

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-# Ah! Ah! Ah!

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-# Ah! Ah! Ah!

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-# Ah! Ah! Ah! #

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-Thank you, Robyn and Aneira.

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-The next choir

-has been very successful recently.

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-After forming in 2015

-for the Meifod Eisteddfod...

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-..they won

-the Male Voice Choir category...

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-..in the Cor Cymru competition and

-the Male Voice Choir competition...

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-..at the Anglesey Eisteddfod.

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-I can boast about it

-as I'm in the choir.

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-I'm a key part of it,

-aren't I, Aled?!

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-Thank you.

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-My name is Aled. I'm the conductor

-of Cor Meibion Machynlleth.

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-We're going to sing...

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-..Caradog Williams's arrangement

-of Gwinllan A Roddwyd.

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-It's great to have him

-accompanying us.

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-We sang the piece

-when we won at the Eisteddfod.

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-It's a great song

-to finish a programme.

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-It's a powerful song.

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-It's an easy song

-for us Welsh people to sing...

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-..because of Saunders Lewis's

-great words.

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-Please give a warm welcome

-to Cor Meibion Machynlleth...

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-..and their conductor, Aled Myrddin.

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-# A vineyard placed in my care

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-# Is Wales, my country

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-# To deliver unto my children

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-# And my children's children

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# An eternal

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-# Heritage

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-# A vineyard placed in my care

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-# Is Wales, my country

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-# To deliver unto my children

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-# And my children's children

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# An eternal

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-# Heritage

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-# But look,

-the swine rush on her and rend her

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-# But look,

-the swine rush on her and rend her

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-# Now will I

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-# Call on my friends

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-# The common man and scholars

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-# Take your place by my side

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-# Stand with me in the breach

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-# To keep for generations to come

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-# To keep for generations to come

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-# The age-old splendour

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-# A vineyard placed in my care

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-# Is Wales, my country

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-# To deliver unto my children

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-# And my children's children

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# An eternal heritage

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-# Wales, my country

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-# Wales

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-# Wales

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-# Wales

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-# My country #

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-Welcome back to the Noson Lawen

-from the Dyfi Valley.

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-Malen is a 15-year-old girl

-and a pupil at Ysgol Bro Hyddgen.

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-She's related to me!

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-She's very talented and is a member

-of Cwmni Theatr Maldwyn.

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-It's in the blood,

-as her mother is related to me...

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-..obviously.

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-You all know Sara Meredydd.

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-She's sung many lead parts

-in the company's musicals.

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-So it's a talented family.

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-Tonight,

-it's Malen's turn to entertain.

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-I'm from the Machynlleth area.

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-I go to Ysgol Bro Hyddgen.

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-I've been singing at eisteddfodau

-since I was young.

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-I've not had much choice really!

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-Mam sings,

-Nain and Taid used to sing...

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-..and my great-grandfather won

-the cerdd dant at a national level.

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-I've been a member of Theatr Maldwyn

-since I was in Year 7.

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-I've been listening to Ann and other

-musicals since I was very young.

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-I've been drowned in the sound

-of Theatr Maldwyn since I was young.

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-I've not had much choice really!

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-She's going to sing a classic...

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-..by Geraint Lovgreen and Myrddin ap

-Dafydd, Nid Llwynog Oedd Yr Haul.

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-Please give a warm welcome

-to Malen Meredydd Aeron.

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-# They say that you bowled me over

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-# And they say you don't deserve me

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-# They say that I must be crazy

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-# Giving you another chance

-to shatter my world

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-# But I know

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-# This was no false dawn

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-# The mist lifts as the day sinks

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-# The mountain stream is hidden away

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-# Only mist on the distant hills

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-# Only the good times

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-# Shine through in my misty memory

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-# This was no false dawn

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-# The world was a bed of roses

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-# With you, with me

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-# Blue skies and teenage hours

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-# With me, with you

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-# The sunrays of May winked

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-# Like a breeze on the leaves

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-# And I still believe

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-# This was no false dawn

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-# The early days were so sweet

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-# The morning sun can disappoint

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-# Turn back and look at me

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-# Tell me you love what you see

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-# And I know

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-# This was no false dawn

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-# The world was a bed of roses

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-# With you, with me

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-# Blue skies and teenage hours

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-# With me, with you

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-# The sunrays of May winked

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-# Through the breeze on the leaves

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-# Oh, and I still believe

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-# This was no false dawn

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-# The world was a bed of roses

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-# With you, with me

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-# Blue skies and teenage hours

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-# With me, with you

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-# The sunrays of May winked

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-# Through the breeze on the leaves

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-# Oh, and I still believe

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-# This was no false dawn #

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-Thank you, Malen Meredydd Aeron.

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-Any farmers in tonight?

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-I can smell a few!

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-Hands up if you farm.

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-Are there any cattle breeders here?

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-Or breeders of bulls.

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-If you do breed them,

-keep them away from these two lads.

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-Please give a warm welcome

-to the Matadors.

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-# We've come over from Espana

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-# Ole!

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-# From the land of hot weather

-and Gareth Bale

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-# We'll give a beating

-to all breeds of bull

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-# Limousin, Simmental or Charolais

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-# But European rules

-brought bad news

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-# We're banned from fighting bulls

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-# So we've come on a journey

-to Wales

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-# I want to go home!

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-# Looking for a better job

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-# I'm missing my mama

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-# The welcome here is very warm

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-# I miss paella

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-# We're looking for an angry bull

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-# I'm scared, really scared stiff

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-# As Wales

-is turning its back on Europe

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-# There is an opportunity for us

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-# Persuading farmers to diversify

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-# Breeding wild bulls to fight us

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-# I'd rather dance the flamenco #

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-Toughen up! Los toros.

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-# Here we are, Amigos Matadors

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-# The first in Wales

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-# Bring your wildest bulls,

-por favor

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-# We want to defeat them

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-# We'll catch the eye

-of the girls from the YFC

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-# Senoras so sexy

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-# We'll be the heroes

-of the land of song

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-# Manuel

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-# And me, Juan #

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-Juan Sheet does Plenty.

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-# This black bull is wild as hell

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-# It's like

-it has more than four legs

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-# It was very hard for us

-to sidestep

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-# Because we can see now

-that he's cross-eyed

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-# His horns threaten

-to squish my maracas

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-# I slipped and got a grassy arse

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-# Gracias

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-# Here we are, Amigos Matadors

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-# The first in Wales

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-# Bring your wildest bulls,

-por favor

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-# We want to defeat them

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-# We'll catch the eye

-of the girls from the YFC

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-# Senoras so sexy

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-# We'll be the heroes

-of the land of song

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-# Manuel, and me, Juan

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-# Ole! #

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-Thank you, Dyfan and Erwan

-and Ilan on the piano...

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-..members of Bro Ddyfi YFC.

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-The next band began in 2006, singing

-in pubs in the Vale of Ffestiniog.

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-They now tour Wales

-entertaining thousands.

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-They're named after Jac, the crow...

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-..that used to be Phil's pet.

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-Yes. It flew into a wall.

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-Poor thing.

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-They're going to sing Car Bach Fi.

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-Please welcome Gwibdaith Hen Fran.

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-# Toyota Corolla GLI,

-it goes, it's white and is rastafari

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-# A to B, me and you,

-but at a push it'll go to C

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-# Lights are broken

-but otherwise it's great

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-# The car and me are good mates,

-still going but for how long?

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-# Shame that petrol prices are high

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-# Going and going

-in the old white car

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-# Still going, still going

-these days

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-# My little car

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-# My little car

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-# Filled with people or drums,

-seats stink of cheap beer

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-# Drive every mile to see Mim Twm,

-little car fast asleep outside

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-# Short on petrol on the way home,

-me and Phil on the Denbigh Moors

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-# Oh no! What'll we do?

-Get out and push from B to C

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-# Going and going

-in the old white car

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-# Still going, still going

-these days

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-# My little car

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-# My little car

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-# Off to Bangor with Jac and Ceri C,

-crow droppings on the seats

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-# Going to a cafe for a cuppa,

-the car stationary in the car park

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-# Rolling all the way back to Ring,

-where it stayed until the morning

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-# The sun rose behind the trees,

-I wonder if the roads are busy

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-# Going and going

-in the old white car

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-# Still going, still going

-these days

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-# My little car

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-# My little car

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-# Toyota Corolla GLI,

-it goes, it's white and is rastafari

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-# A to B, sometimes C,

-always there for you and me #

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-The song is about my first ever car.

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-I lent it to Phil

-after I bought a van for work.

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-I'd just passed my test.

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-A wall was the end

-of the little car, unfortunately.

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-Like the crow. They both hit a wall.

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-The same wall?

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-The same wall?

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-No, a different one.

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-No, this one was costly.

-It cost me 800!

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-Welcome back.

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-Right, Ysgol Glantwymyn

-are next to sing.

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-They're part of a federation along

-with Carno and Llanbrynmair schools.

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-These are the eldest pupils

-at the school.

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-They're coached by Lowri and Manon,

-who teach at the school.

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-They're going to sing Cwrlid.

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-Please give a warm welcome

-to Parti Ysgol Glantwymyn.

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-# Wales, our motherland,

-is dear to us

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-# All its hills, streams and beaches

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-# And though we wander far sometimes

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-# Our home in Wales

-will be the end of our journey

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-# The country's golden beaches

-bathe in the sea

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-# Under the happy sounds

-of a choir of birds

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-# Its patchwork of fields

-under the kiss of the wind

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-# A quilt from Pembroke

-to the county of Flint

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-# The beauty of the landscape

-adorns our country

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-# Its hold on us is so undeniable

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-# Despite all the countries

-in the world

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-# There's no place for us

-like dear Wales

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-# Under the stars in the sky #

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-Many thanks to the girls

-from Ysgol Glantwymyn.

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-The best school in the whole world.

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-It's where I went,

-where I got my education.

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-I didn't get much after that!

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-They were great days.

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-Do some of you remember schooldays?

-Most of you are probably too old.

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-A few of you maybe.

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-They were great days. I'm getting on

-now but I remember a few things.

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-I remember

-the food more than anything.

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-Do you remember the semolina?

-I do, too well.

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-At least there was jam

-in the middle.

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-There was a jam sponge

-with white stuff on top.

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-Coconut or cocaine,

-I'm not sure which!

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-It made us go silly.

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-You'd have pink custard

-on special occasions.

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-Do you remember it?

-It made me doolally.

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-It was full of sugar.

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-Then at playtime,

-we'd play kiss chase.

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-Do you remember that?

-I wasn't very fast, unfortunately.

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-But here I am, compering Noson Lawen

-for the fourth time.

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-I've bought a new suit too.

-Do you like it?

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-You seem unsure! Do you like it?

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-You seem unsure! Do you like it?

-

-Yes.

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-These are my wedding shoes.

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-Yes, my fourth time.

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-The first time, I was nervous,

-but felt very important.

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-Compering Noson Lawen.

-The most important man present.

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-But I've now got married,

-and have a child and a dog.

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-So I'm a nobody now!

-I've gone down the ladder very fast!

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-You realize who you are after

-getting married and having children.

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-Only one child in my case,

-before I put my foot in it.

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-Really. Really.

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-I'm struggling with a few things

-after having a child.

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-I've had to learn how to share.

-I'm rather selfish.

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-I don't like to share,

-especially food.

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-When I have a takeaway and I ask

-the wife what she fancies...

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-..she'll say, "We'll share."

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-If you want a chicken chow mein,

-order and eat it yourself.

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-Don't eat half of mine!

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-They like to eat some of your chips

-or some of your pizza.

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-It drives me nuts!

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-With chocolates and cakes,

-I hide what I can...

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-..in the back of the cupboard

-so no-one can see them.

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-As soon as I put some chocolate

-in my hand or mouth...

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-..my daughter will be beside me

-gazing into my eyes.

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-"You want it." "Yes."

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-Cute. Then I think I'm the best dad

-in the world for giving it to her.

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-Then she'll take two steps

-and drop it on the floor.

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-You know the ten-second rule

-to pick it up before it goes bad?

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-You dive on the carpet

-but the terrier beats you to it!

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-Well, it's my pleasure

-and privilege...

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-..to welcome Dafydd Iwan

-back to the stage.

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-Dafydd Iwan used to love

-spending his summer holidays...

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-..with his uncle on the farm

-in Aberhosan in the Dyfi Valley.

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-Those memories inspired him to write

-the superb lyrics in Esgair Llyn.

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-Esgair Llyn is the Welsh version

-of Fields Of Athenry.

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-The inspiration was Ray Gravell.

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-He sent me a tape of The Wolfe Tones

-singing Fields Of Athenry.

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-Ray loved Irish songs.

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-He really loved Fields Of Athenry.

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-He seemed to know

-that it would become...

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-..like a second anthem for Ireland.

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-He said on the phone, "Dafydd, you

-must write Welsh words for this."

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-I adored the melody.

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-It's a wonderful melody.

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-The place that came to my mind

-as I listened to it was Esgair Llyn.

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-I used to go on holiday to my

-uncle and aunt's farm in Aberhosan.

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-Esgair Llyn was a ruin on the farm.

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-It was a historic place

-in a wonderful location.

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-Glyndwr's Way passed through it.

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-It was a wonderful place for a

-young person to spend his holidays.

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-I'd leave the coalfields

-of Brynamman...

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-..for Montgomeryshire.

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-That's the place

-that came to my mind.

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-I wrote three verses summing up

-what Esgair Llyn means to me.

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-We all have

-an Esgair Llyn somewhere.

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-A place, usually in the countryside,

-which conveys so much...

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-..and which conveys

-what Wales means to us.

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-I enjoy singing the song...

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-..because of the words

-and its association with Grav...

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-..and the wonderful melody.

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-# Every morning long ago

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-# Life's daily pattern

-started with the dawn

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-# The ancient paths

-were there to guide our way

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-# Every day, a brand-new day

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-# No barriers in our way

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-# Life's pattern

-was so clear in Esgair Llyn

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-# It's quiet

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-# Nowadays in Esgair Llyn

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-# When once upon a time

-I learned life's song

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-# But blood rushes in my veins

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-# And the song, it still lives on

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-# And Wales forever thrives

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-# In Esgair Llyn

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-# And now when I return

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-# The images of yesterday loom clear

0:34:350:34:40

-# With memories of fun

-making hay in the sun

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-# Though the olden days have gone

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-# The wind, it whistles on

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-# With memories of days gone by

-in Esgair Llyn

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-# It's quiet

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-# Nowadays in Esgair Llyn

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-# Where once upon a time

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-# I learned life's song

0:35:140:35:17

-# But blood rushes in my veins

0:35:190:35:22

-# And the song, it still lives on

0:35:220:35:26

-# And Wales forever thrives

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-# In Esgair Llyn

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-# And as I stand here now

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-# My roots are tugging strongly

-beneath my feet

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-# The song of my forefathers

-stirs my blood

0:35:450:35:51

-# And on this ancient land

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-# I see a guiding hand

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-# Which beckons

-to tomorrow's Esgair Llyn

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-# It's quiet

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-# Nowadays in Esgair Llyn

0:36:100:36:13

-# Where once upon a time

-I learned life's song

0:36:140:36:20

-# But the blood rushes in my veins

0:36:210:36:24

-# And the song, it still lives on

0:36:240:36:28

-# And Wales forever thrives

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-# In Esgair Llyn

0:36:310:36:33

-# But the blood rushes in my veins

0:36:350:36:39

-# And the song, it still lives on

0:36:390:36:43

-# And Wales forever thrives

0:36:430:36:47

-# In Esgair Llyn #

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-Welcome back.

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-Welcome back

-to the last part of the show.

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-Is everyone happy?

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-When you've had a bad day

-and you're feeling down...

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-..there are certain songs...

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-..which put a smile on your face

-and make you feel good.

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-This next song is one of those.

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-Please welcome back Gwibdaith

-Hen Fran with Trons Dy Dad.

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-# I've just had a bath

-and I'm nice and clean

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-# But I can't find any pants

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-# There are clean pants

-in a pile downstairs

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-# But those pants aren't mine

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-# Your father's pants

-have a hole in the front

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-# They're just not the same

0:38:120:38:15

-# They're much too loose,

-they come down to my knees

0:38:240:38:27

-# When I stand up they fall down

0:38:290:38:32

-# Y-Y-Y-fronts, your dad's

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-# Are much better

-than your mother's knickers

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-# Your father's pants

-have a hole in the front

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-# They're just not the same

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-# Aha, your father's pants

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-# Aha, your father's pants

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-# Aha, your father's pants

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-# Aha

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-# I went down the club

-wearing the pants

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-# Pulled a bird with great teeth

0:39:050:39:08

-# I went back to her place

0:39:100:39:13

-# Once my trousers were down

-she saw the big pants

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-# Your father's pants

-have a hole in the front

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-# They're just not the same

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-# A-ha

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-# A-ha

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-# Well, these pants are like a tent

0:39:350:39:38

-# With a pole in the middle,

-you should pay rent

0:39:400:39:43

-# There's room for a circus,

-the world and its dog

0:39:460:39:49

-# That's what she said

0:39:510:39:54

-# Your father's pants

-have a hole in the front

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-# They're just not the same, aha

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-# Your father's pants, a-ha

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-# Your father's pants, a-ha

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-# Your father's pants, a-ha

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-# Your father's pants

-have a hole in the front

0:40:110:40:15

-# They're just not the same #

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-A man cursed us

-for writing that song.

0:40:280:40:32

-A child had gone

-into his father's drawer...

0:40:320:40:35

-..and cut a hole in all his pants!

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-I'm sure that song will be stuck

-in everyone's head for days.

0:40:400:40:44

-Well, nice people of the Dyfi Valley

-and the rest of you...

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-..the night is drawing to a close.

0:40:490:40:51

-I'd like to thank you for being so

-great and for listening so intently.

0:40:510:40:56

-I'd also like to thank everyone

-who appeared onstage.

0:40:560:41:00

-We've had a real treat.

0:41:000:41:02

-But we have one left for you, these.

0:41:020:41:04

-I was going to introduce them as

-a good-looking and talented bunch.

0:41:050:41:10

-But you've already seen them

-and you know half of them.

0:41:100:41:13

-So I won't be able to fool you.

0:41:130:41:15

-Who are they?

0:41:160:41:17

-A group of farmers

-who stink of silage.

0:41:170:41:19

-Those who don't farm

-still stink of silage.

0:41:210:41:24

-They stand close to each other so

-the smell goes from one to the next.

0:41:240:41:29

-I remember

-our first choir rehearsal.

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-The first copy we had in our hands

-was O Iesu Mawr (great Jesus).

0:41:320:41:36

-That was the name of the song and

-probably what everyone was thinking!

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-Aled Myrddin has performed miracles.

-I'm proud to be a member.

0:41:410:41:45

-We're going to finish

-by singing Yn Llaw Fy Nuw.

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-So, for the final time tonight...

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-..please welcome Cor Meibion

-Machynlleth and Robyn Lyn Evans.

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-# I'll walk with God

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-# From this day on

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-# His helping hand

0:42:230:42:26

-# I'll lean upon

0:42:270:42:30

-# This is my prayer

0:42:300:42:33

-# My humble plea

0:42:340:42:38

-# May the Lord

0:42:380:42:40

-# Be ever with me

0:42:410:42:46

-# There is no death

0:42:470:42:51

-# Though eyes grow dim

0:42:510:42:54

-# There is no fear

0:42:540:42:58

-# When I'm near to Him

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-# I'll lean on Him forever

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-# And He'll forsake me never

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-# He will not fail me

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-# As long as my faith is strong

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-# Whatever road I may walk alone

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-# I'll walk with God

0:43:410:43:44

-# I'll take His hand

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-# I'll talk with God

0:43:480:43:52

-# He'll understand

0:43:520:43:55

-# I'll pray to Him

0:43:560:44:00

-# Each day to Him

0:44:000:44:03

-# And He'll hear the words

0:44:030:44:07

-# That I say

0:44:070:44:10

-# His hand

-will guide my throne and rod

0:44:110:44:20

-# And I'll never walk alone

0:44:200:44:24

-# While I walk

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-# With God

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-# While I walk with God #

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-We've enjoyed ourselves.

0:44:510:44:53

-Here's a fan, of who?

0:44:530:44:56

-Dafydd Iwan!

0:44:560:44:57

-Dafydd Iwan.

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-I like Robyn Lyn.

0:45:000:45:01

-Gwibdaith Hen Fran for me.

-I've followed them for years.

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-Dyfan and Erwan, the humorous duet.

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-I really enjoyed myself.

-The choir were excellent.

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-We come from Machynlleth.

-We had to lend our support.

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-The choir.

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-The choir. Malen.

-They were all good.

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-We're lucky to live in an area

-full of talent.

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-Lovely.

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Aeron Pughe sy'n cyflwyno o Lanfair Caereinion yng nghwmni Dafydd Iwan, Robyn Lyn Evans, Gwibdaith Hen Frân ac eraill. With Dafydd Iwan, Robyn Lyn Evans, Gwibdaith Hen Frân and others.