Pennod 8 Noson Lawen


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Pennod 8

Garry Owen sy'n cymryd yr awenau yng Nghaerfyrddin. With Huw Chiswell, Emyr Wyn Jones, Aled & Eleri Edwards, Sam Jones, Lleisiau'r Cwm Choir, Empty Pockets & Ysgol y Dderwen Choir.


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-Good evening.

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-I'm Garry Owen.

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-I've left the Taro'r Post studio

-in the BBC for the evening.

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-I've come to the Lyric Theatre

-in Carmarthen...

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-..for my debut

-on the famous Noson Lawen stage.

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-I can't wait.

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-The audience are in their seats.

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-The artists are backstage,

-ready to go.

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-So, sit back and enjoy.

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-Welcome to Noson Lawen

-from Carmarthenshire.

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-# It's time you knew

-just how much you hurt me

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-# You went, no care in the world

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-# Out, out of my life

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-# You did me harm and said nothing

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-# And left me speechless

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-# And my two hands behind my back

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-# With an emptiness in my head

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-# But I got up

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-# And went back down the same way

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-# Then

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-# I knew

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-# I was on my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# You were of the view

-that you didn't want to see me

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-# It's not possible

-to reveal my pain

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-# To anyone but you

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-# Well, I want you to see

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-# And believe me

-this wasn't a start for me

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-# But when the day comes,

-you will see

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-# I won't forgive you

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-# But I got up

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-# And went back down the same way

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-# Then

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-# I knew

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-# I was on my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# On

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-# On my way back

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-# On

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-# On my way back

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-# But I got up

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-# And went back down the same way

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-# Then

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-# I knew

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-# I was on my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# On my way back

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-# Yeah, on my way back #

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-Thank you, lads.

-Dave and Andy are their names.

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-They've been singing together

-off and on since the 1980s.

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-Best wishes to you. Thank you.

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-For those of you who know me,

-and some of you here tonight do...

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-..you know I'm a TV and

-radio presenter and a journalist.

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-But that's not what I was supposed

-to be. What do you think that was?

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-When I was born, what do you think

-the dream was for Garry Owen?

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-The clue's in the name.

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-The clue's in the name.

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-Rugby.

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-Rugby. Thank you.

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-What is a garryowen?

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-A kick. An up-and-under.

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-My dad was a big rugby fan.

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-When I was born,

-I was going on the rugby pitch.

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-I'd play for Wales,

-well, Pontarddulais first!

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-Dad was determined

-but Mam-gu was also determined.

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-She wanted Garry going

-to eisteddfodau every Saturday.

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-Dad wanted me to play rugby, Mam-gu

-wanted me to go to eisteddfodau.

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-Who do you think won that battle?

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-Mam-gu.

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-I'd go to local eisteddfodau.

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-I'm so grateful.

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-I learnt so many skills there

-I still use to this day.

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-I'm a big admirer

-of the local eisteddfodau.

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-I'm sure the children behind me

-have been to a few eisteddfodau.

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-Where have you travelled from

-to be here?

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-Carmarthen!

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-We are Cor Ysgol y Dderwen.

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-We are going to sing Ffa La La

-from the Nia Ben Aur musical.

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-We compete in the Urdd Eisteddfod

-every year.

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-Any opportunities to perform,

-if we're asked to do a concert...

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-..we're ready.

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-The children enjoy performing. Are

-you looking forward to performing?

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-Yes!

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-# Bid farewell to Tir Na n'Og

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-# And Nia on the shore

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-# I watch as she sheds a tear

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-# I hear Irish soil

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-# Calling me home

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-# And the longing for such happiness

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-# Fa-la-la la-la-la-la-la

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-# The twittering of little birds

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-# Their song echoes

-from the Emerald Isle

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-# Fa-la-la la-la-la-la-la

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-# I'll join in the song

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-# I'm on the way back to my homeland

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-# I think of dear friends

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-# Tunes played on a golden harp

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-# Bards' poetic praise

-and the feasting left behind

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-# Myths and legends

-and melodious songs

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-# Resound throughout the land

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-# And girls dance joyfully

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-# Fa-la-la la-la-la-la-la

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-# The twittering of little birds

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-# Their song echoes

-from the Emerald Isle

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-# Fa-la-la la-la-la-la-la

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-# I'll join in the song

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-# I'm on the way back to my homeland

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-# My heart skips a beat

-as the distant horizon appears

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-# My eyes glimpse my cosy home

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-# The hills are green

-beneath blue skies

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-# Seagulls on the shore

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-# They greet their king

-to his homeland

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-# Fa-la-la la-la-la-la-la

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-# The twittering of little birds

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-# Their song echoes

-from the Emerald Isle

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-# Fa-la-la la-la-la-la-la

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-# I'll join in the song

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-# I'm on the way back to my homeland

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-# I'm on the way back

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-# To my homeland #

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-Many thanks to Ysgol y Dderwen.

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-The children were excellent,

-at their best.

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-Talking of schools...

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-..do you sometimes say,

-"He or she was in school with me"?

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-Do you do that?

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-I'm going to do that now.

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-This next man was with me

-at Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera.

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-He's a bit younger than me,

-not much.

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-Just a touch.

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-He's a pianist,

-a lyricist a composer...

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-..but more than that,

-he's a nice guy.

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-He's going to sing

-Etifeddiaeth Ar Werth...

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-..with Steffan, Non

-and the Noson Lawen band.

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-Please welcome Huw Chiswell!

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-# Out in the cold

-in the middle of the street

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-# A brightly-lit neon orange sign

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-# I left my home so contentedly

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-# Skipped over the gutter,

-whistled so carefree

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-# My eyes were stung at what I saw

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-# Oh, dear me

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-# Our nation's flag flutters

-on the street corner

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-# The sign stands there

-for all to see

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-# It shines through the sleet

-and screams silently

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-# A charming message,

-a charming melody

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-# It hurts my eyes

-whenever I see it

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-# Oh, dear me. There it read

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# The message is clear,

-they're on every street

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# Out in the cold

-in the middle of the street

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-# First thing in the morning,

-the nightmare came true

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-# No hint of turmoil,

-a blood-spattered gavel

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-# A neighbour's home

-and a commission-based wage

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-# It hurts my eyes

-every time I see it

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-# Oh, dear me

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-# Who cares? Nobody mentions it

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-# The young are too old

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-# They have a farewell smile

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-# Who cares

-about a crumbling street corner?

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-# Emptiness is a scar

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-# The mark of the jobless

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-# Oh, oh, yeah

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-# Well

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# The message is clear,

-they're on every street

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# Your heritage is for sale

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-# The message is clear,

-they're on every street

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-# Your heritage is for sale #

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Thank you. Welcome back.

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-We have a duet for you next,

-a husband and wife.

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-They should be harmonious!

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-I have some trivia for you now...

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-..as you look like a knowledgeable

-audience here in the Lyric.

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-They're the only husband and wife

-in the whole world...

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-..who've won the Blue Riband.

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-Eleri keeps saying

-I won my Blue Riband last century!

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-It does feel like an age

-since I won it.

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-I won mine in 1997 in Bala.

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-I won my Blue Riband closer to home,

-in Denbigh in 2013.

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-We're the only married couple

-to have won it.

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-Who knows? Another couple

-might come along one day.

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-Everyone else

-has his and hers towels.

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-We have his and hers Blue Ribands!

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-# Looking from a window above

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-# It's like a story of love

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-# Can you hear me?

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-# Came back only yesterday

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-# I'm moving further away

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-# Want you near me

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-# All I needed was the love you gave

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-# All I needed for another day

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-# And all I ever knew

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-# Only you

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-# Sometimes when I think of her name

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-# When it's only a game

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-# And I need you

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-# Listen to the words that you say

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-# It's getting harder to stay

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-# When I see you

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-# All I needed was the love you gave

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-# All I needed for another day

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-# And all I ever knew

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-# Only you

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-# This is going to take a long time

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-# And I wonder what's mine

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-# Can't take no more

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-# Wonder if you'll understand

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-# It's just the touch of your hand

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-# Behind a closed door

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-# All I needed was the love you gave

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-# All I needed for another day

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-# And all I ever knew

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-# Only you

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-# All I needed was the love you gave

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-# All I needed for another day

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-# And all I ever knew

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-# Only you #

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-Thank you, Aled and Eleri.

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-Have you been

-to Ffos Las racecourse?

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-Any of you? I thought so.

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-Did you enjoy it?

-Did you win anything?

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-Over 100!

-Fair play. You enjoyed it then!

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-I bet you didn't enjoy yourself

-as much as the next man onstage.

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-I think he enjoyed himself too much.

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-Please give him a warm welcome.

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-# I have a blue stallion

-and it throws

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-# There's nothing like it

-in Cardiganshire

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-# La la la la la la #

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-Oh!

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-What's going on here, then?

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-I've enjoyed myself today.

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-Everything was good.

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-I had a job

-catching up with the horses.

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-They were going much too fast.

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-One minute they were there,

-the next they were there.

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-It made me all giddy.

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-We arrived at Ffos Las

-at ten in the morning.

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-The first thing Dilwyn and I did...

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-..was to go to the bar.

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-I said to Dilwyn...

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-.."Lucky we got drunk

-before arriving."

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-With the price of the drinks,

-we had no chance during the day.

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-Dilwyn and I

-saw something very strange today.

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-As I came into Ffos Las,

-what was on the side of the road...

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-..was a cemetery.

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-In the cemetery were four people...

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-..walking

-around and around and around...

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-..with a coffin on their shoulders.

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-Nothing wrong with that.

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-But we left Ffos Las

-and those four people...

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-..were still walking

-around and around the cemetery...

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-..with the same coffin

-on their shoulders.

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-Dilwyn said,

-"They've lost the plot."

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-Dilwyn was in a panic today.

-I'd never seen him like this before.

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-We stopped in a pub near Ffos Las

-for a pint on our way there.

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-He came off his stool and said,

-"Damn, damn, damn, damn!"

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-I said, "Dilwyn, what's wrong?"

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-He said, "Damn, damn, damn!

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-"I should have brought

-the kitchen table."

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-I said, "Why do you say that?"

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-"Because that's where

-I've left the tickets!"

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-We had dramatics

-in Carmarthen this morning.

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-We'd stopped to withdraw some cash.

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-There was a huge queue

-at the cashpoint.

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-A little old woman

-was trying to get money out.

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-She was having trouble.

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-So she turned round

-and asked Dilwyn...

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-.."Excuse me,

-can you help me, please?

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-"Can you help me check my balance?"

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-So Dilwyn pushed her over!

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-There was a horse

-at Ffos Las today...

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-..you'd never guess

-what his name was.

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-Donald Trump.

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-It reminded me

-of a story I'd heard.

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-I had a friend in college

-called Gerwyn.

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-He emigrated to America.

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-You'd never guess what he does now.

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-He is Donald Trump's chauffeur.

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-He was driving down the road

-the other day...

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-..with Donald Trump in the back.

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-What came in front of them

-was a pig.

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-It was killed instantly.

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-Donald Trump said, "Gerwyn,

-you'd better go to the farm...

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-"..to say you've killed the pig."

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-So off went Gerwyn.

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-An hour passed, two hours passed -

-nothing.

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-After three hours,

-Gerwyn left the farm.

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-In one hand, he had a wad of cash.

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-In the other, he had champagne.

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-He had lipstick all over him.

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-He went back to the car.

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-Donald Trump was angry.

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-Donald Trump said, "Gerwyn,

-where the hell have you been?

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-"What on earth

-have you been saying to them?"

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-"I said what you said, 'Hello, I'm

-Gerwyn, Donald Trump's chauffeur.

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-"'I've killed the pig.'"

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-I've got to go now

-because Dilwyn's in the car.

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-He's probably freezing cold.

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-He's upset because it was Ladies Day

-at Ffos Las today.

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-He'd hoped to meet someone.

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-He fancies someone.

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-He'd seen her before.

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-He went up to her

-and said, "Excuse me.

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-"Have I seen you somewhere before?"

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-She said, "Yes, that's why

-I'm not going there again."

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-Thank you very much!

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-# I have a blue stallion

-and it throws... #

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-Oh! What can I say!

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-One thing I will say,

-don't accompany him to Ffos Las!

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-Stay away from him!

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-The Lyric Theatre in Carmarthen.

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-Some great voices, great artists,

-have performed here over the years.

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-Tonight, we're going to add

-to that list.

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-He's a young man

-from Aberdare originally.

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-He's now doing

-a postgraduate course...

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-..at the Royal Welsh College

-of Music & Drama.

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-He's doing very well.

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-He's just won

-the prestigious Stoutzker Prize.

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-The first song

-I'm going to perform...

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-..is Aros Mae'r Mynyddau Mawr

-by Meirion Williams.

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-It's quite a well-known song

-in Wales.

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-Meirion Williams

-has written some delicious melodies!

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-Some famous ones too.

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-I'm looking forward

-to perform one tonight.

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-It'll be my interpretation.

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-People like Bryn Terfel have sung

-it. Gary Griffiths too, I'm sure.

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-It'll be my version tonight.

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-# The grand old mountains

-still remain

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-# Howling o'er them

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-# Goes the gale

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-# And at the dawn one yet may hear

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-# The song of shepherds

-like yesteryear

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-# And still the little daisies strew

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-# Around the foot of rock and hill

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-# And though the shepherds

-they are new

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-# They guard

-the grand old mountains still

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-# To the olden ways of Wales

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-# Change it comes from age to age

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-# One generation on it sails

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-# And another leaves the stage

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-# After his long tempestuous stand

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-# Our Alun Mabon is no more

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-# But the old tongue is in the land

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-# And all the tunes

-they heard of yore

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-# But the old tongue

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-# Is in the land

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-# And all the tunes they heard

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-# Of yore #

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-Thank you.

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-Welcome back to the Lyric Theatre

-in Carmarthen.

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-It's at the heart of Carmarthen.

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-That heart is beating fast tonight.

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-The next choir has made hearts

-beat faster over the years...

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-..with their melodic singing -

-Lleisiau'r Cwm.

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-They're 21 years old this year,

-so a happy birthday to them.

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-To coincide with the celebration...

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-..they've commissioned a piece

-by Robat Arwyn and Tudur Dylan.

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-The song is written especially

-for them - Lleisiau Mewn Cynghanedd.

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-Catrin Hughes is the conductor.

-Please welcome Lleisiau'r Cwm.

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-# When there's a drop,

-drop upon drop follows

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-# When there's a wave,

-wave upon wave appears

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-# Whilst there's a stream,

-a stream still flowing

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-# Like the day, the first ever day

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-# We hear voices, voices in harmony

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-# Voices all across the valley

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-# Creating, creating in harmony

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-# Harmonies like the river

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-# All along the river

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-# When the twilight

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-# Is calling

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-# Calling all

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-# All the souls to the same place

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-# When there's a voice

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-# A voice, a song and melody

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-# Calling from above

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-# Above the noise of the town

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-# We will have,

-have the company of notes

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-# The company of smiles

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-# Smiles and hearty laughter

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-# And walk together with the melody

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-# With the melody that fills

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-# That fills a moment in time

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-# The song sustains us

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-# The song is in our blood

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-# In the smile

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-# In the air

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-# In the land beneath our feet

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-# In the company of friends

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-# The world above is plenty

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-# The song

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-# The song is in our blood

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-# When there's a drop

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-# Drop upon drop follows

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-# When there's a wave

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-# Wave upon wave appears

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-# Whilst there's a stream

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-# A stream still flowing

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-# Like the day, the first ever day

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-# We'll hear voices

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-# Voices in harmony

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-# Voices all across the valley

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-# Creating, creating in harmony

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-# Harmonies like the river

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-# All along the river

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-# We'll hear voices

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-# Voices in harmony

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-# Voices all across the valley

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-# Creating

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-# Creating in harmony

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-# Harmonies like the river

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-# All along the river

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-# Oooh

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-# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh

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-# Voices

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-# Voices all across the valley #

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-Catrin Hughes. Cor Lleisiau'r Cwm.

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-Thank you very much

-and a happy birthday to you.

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-May you have many more years

-of singing.

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-Now then,

-this one's a talented bloke.

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-He's a singer and a pianist.

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-But he has a hidden talent.

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-I won't say any more.

-You'll soon find out.

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-A hidden talent.

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-Please welcome to the Lyric,

-Ieuan Jones.

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-Thank you.

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-# In Switzerland

-a song comes from the mountains

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-HE YODELS

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-# A song that echoes

-down to the valleys

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-# When I feel sad or low

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-# I'll sing the song

-with such high notes

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-# When I yodel, I feel happier

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-HE YODELS

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-# And now I'm on the mountain peak

-singing

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-# In the distance

-my sweetheart comes nearer

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-# To please my sweetheart

-I do some yodelling

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-# My magical notes make her blush

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-# It's nice to know

-that she also sings the... #

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-I'm just checking if I can add some

-yodels to Aros Mae'r Mynyddau Mawr.

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-Probably. In the middle part.

-How's your falsetto?

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-OK, I think.

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-HE SINGS A HIGH NOTE

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-So you go...

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-HE YODELS

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-Hold on, you'll be better than me!

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-Nos Sul A Baglan Bay

-is the next song I'll be performing.

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-It's a ballad

-that describes a journey...

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-..specifically from

-the Swansea Valley back to Cardiff.

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-It was written after I'd moved away

-from home to Cardiff...

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-..due to my work.

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-It describes the experience of

-having visited the Swansea Valley...

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-..over the weekend

-and of driving back wearily...

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-..with another person to Cardiff

-for another week of work...

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-..and the thoughts

-that go through one's mind.

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-# A little bit of reggae

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-# To ease the pain

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-# A little bit of prayer

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-# If you like

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-# A little bit of something

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-# Which you enjoy

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-# Whatever you enjoy

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-# A little bit of radio

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-# Yesterday's music

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-# Turn up the volume

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-# If you like

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-# Maybe we can listen out

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-# For a free frequency

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-# Which plays some soul

-on a Sunday night

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-# Plays some soul on a Sunday night

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-# A clear night over Baglan Bay

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-# The refinery flame is still alight

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-# I tear up the night

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-# In the outside lane

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-# The car curses into the wind

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-# And we feel blue

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-# It's Sunday night now

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-# It grabs us suddenly

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-# It's Sunday night now

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-# But that's all there is

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-# It's Sunday night now

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-# Dancing on the motorway

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-# Among crazy cars

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-# Like white monsters' eyes

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-# Farcically they flee

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-# Tonight, I am content

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-# To feel downhearted

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-# And drive through

-Sunday night's soul

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-# Drive through Sunday night's soul

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-# A clear night over Baglan Bay

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-# The refinery flame is still alight

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-# I tear up the night

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-# In the outside lane

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-# The car curses into the wind

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-# And we feel blue

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-# It's Sunday night now

0:41:370:41:40

-# It grabs us suddenly

0:41:420:41:44

-# It's Sunday night now

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-# But that's all there is

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-# It's Sunday night now

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-# Mm-mm

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-# Sunday night now #

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-Many thanks to Huw Chiswell.

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-That performance shows

-why he's one of our greatest stars.

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-Thank you very much, Huw.

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-We've come to the finale.

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-It's a song that reflects...

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-..the spirit of the old coal mining

-communities of Carmarthenshire.

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-Perhaps the quarry villages

-of Gwynedd too.

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-Un Ydym Ni is the name of the song.

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-Cor Lleisiau'r Cwm will sing it.

-Emyr Wyn Jones is the soloist.

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-Give them a welcome

-that will echo throughout Wales!

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-From Carmarthenshire's Noson Lawen,

-until next time, goodnight.

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-# The workers stood as one in tears

0:43:220:43:28

-# The workers stood as one in chains

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-# One under the burden

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-# That made them stoop

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-# As one under the oppression

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-# That scarred them

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-# On the rocks and slopes

-of the quarry

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-# Their labour cheap

-on a pile of rubble

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-# Scraping a living from the land

-was their fate

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-# Working in the mines

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-# To pay off their debts

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-# We were one

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-# We were one

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-# As one in our struggles

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-# As one in our fears

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-# As one in our work

-under so many rules

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-# We were one

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-# From hardship grew a community

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-# The suffering

-sealed many friendships

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-# One under the burden

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-# That made them stoop

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-# As one under the oppression

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-# That scarred them

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-# We are one

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-# We are one

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-# We suffered together

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-# Bound in chains together

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-# Our blood is the same

-warming our hearts

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-# We are one

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-# We are one in history

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-# We are one under oppression

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-# The people, when their day comes

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-# Will stand united and free

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-# We are one

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-# We are one

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-# We suffered together

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-# Bound in chains together

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-# Our blood is the same

-warming our hearts

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-# We are one

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-# We are one #

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-It was very good.

-We enjoyed every one of them.

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-I enjoyed Lleisiau'r Cwm

-and the children's choir.

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-They were lovely.

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-The yodeller,

-I enjoyed him enormously.

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-And the drunken lad!

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Garry Owen sy'n cymryd yr awenau yng Nghaerfyrddin. With Huw Chiswell, Emyr Wyn Jones, Aled & Eleri Edwards, Sam Jones, Lleisiau'r Cwm Choir, Empty Pockets & Ysgol y Dderwen Choir.