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Teyrnged i Ryan

Deugain mlynedd ers ei farwolaeth mae'r Noson Lawen yn talu teyrnged i un o fawrion y byd adloniant yma yng Nghymru, Ryan Davies. An evening of entertainment in memory of Ryan D...


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-Hello and welcome

-from me, Ieuan Rhys...

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-..to the Lyric theatre in Carmarthen

-for a very special Noson Lawen.

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-We're celebrating

-the life and talent...

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-..of one of Wales's

-most multitalented entertainers.

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-Welcome to a Noson Lawen

-in tribute to Ryan Davies.

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-# Blodwen and Meri from Abertillery

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-# Were walking one morning

-in the sunshine

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-# Ianto and Benny from Abergavenny

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-# Saw Blodwen and Meri,

-then it all began

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-# Birds sang their singsongs

-and bells rang their dingdongs

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-# Their harmony flooding

-down the valley

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-# Ianto and Benny

-and Blodwen and Meri

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-# Were happy that love

-had finally come to stay

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-# Far from the night lights,

-away from the bright lights

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-# Were Blodwen and Meri

-and their lovers

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-# Then came the day

-when "yes" they had to say

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-# That the world knew that

-Blodwen and Meri were in love

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-# Birds sang their singsongs

-and bells rang their dingdongs

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-# In harmony flooding

-down the valley

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-# Ianto and Meri

-and Blodwen and Benny

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-# Were happy that love

-had finally come to stay

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-# Birds sang their singsongs

-and bells rang their dingdongs

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-# In harmony

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-# Oh!

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-# Blodwen and Meri from Abertillery

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-# Were walking one morning

-in the sunshine

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-# Ianto and Benny from Abergavenny

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-# Saw Blodwen and Meri,

-then it all began

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-# Birds sang their singsongs,

-bells rang their dingdongs

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-# In harmony flooding

-down the valley

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-# Ianto and Meri

-and Blodwen and Benny

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-# Were happy that love

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-# Had finally come to stay

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-# To stay

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-# Come to stay! #

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-Thank you to Islwyn Evans

-and Bois Ceredigion...

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-..for kicking us off with a Ryan

-and Ronnie classic Blodwen A Meri.

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-Can you believe that 40 years

-have passed since we lost Ryan?

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-Forty years of loss

-for us as a nation.

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-But we're not here

-with a heavy heart.

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-We're here

-to celebrate the life and talent...

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-..of the man

-from the Amman Valley...

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-..who, through his humour and songs,

-has left us a very rich legacy.

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-We have another classic for you

-now - Nadolig? Pwy A Wyr?

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-To sing the song,

-with Nerys Richards on the cello...

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-..please give a warm welcome

-to the lovely Shan Cothi.

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-# Tinsel on the tree

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-# A star up above

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-# A pretty dolly

-perched on top of the tree

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-# Could this be Christmas?

-Who knows?

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-# Santa's sleigh bells tinkling

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-# Across the snowy ground

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-# And children unite

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-# To sing joyful carols

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-# Could this be Christmas?

-Who knows?

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-# Children fast asleep

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-# In the early hours of the morning

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-# A sweet dream, wondering whether

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-# Santa'll bring his sack

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-# Presents aplenty

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-# And who knows

-from where they came?

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-# The sound of children's laughter

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-# Can be heard all around

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-# Could this be Christmas?

-Who knows?

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-# Church bells ring their message

-to all the world

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-# Reminding us

-of the baby in the manger

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-# Move closer to the manger

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-# And kneel before Him

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-# Behold the kings and the angels

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-# There's no need to ask

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-# Everyone knows #

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-Thank you to Shan and Nerys.

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-One of Ryan's favourite songs

-was Myfanwy.

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-Wherever Ryan went,

-to do a concert or cabaret...

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-..the audience would always insist

-that Ryan sang that song.

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-Ryan's version was unique.

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-Tonight, for the first time ever,

-two of Wales's finest singers...

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-..are going to join in

-with Ryan Davies' lovely voice...

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-..to sing this song.

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-Please welcome Rhys Meirion

-and Aled Wyn Davies.

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-# Why is it anger, O Myfanwy

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-# That fills your eyes

-so dark and clear?

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-# Your gentle cheeks,

-O sweet Myfanwy

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-# Why blush they not

-when I draw near?

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-# Where is the smile

-that once most tender

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-# Kindled my love so fond, so true?

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-# Where is the sound

-of your sweet words

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-# That drew my heart to follow you?

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-# What have I done, O my Myfanwy

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-# To earn your frown?

-What is my blame?

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-# Was it just play,

-my sweet Myfanwy

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-# To set your poet's love aflame?

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-# You truly once to me

-were promised

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-# Is it too much to keep your part?

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-# I wish no more your hand, Myfanwy

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-# If I no longer have your heart #

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-Ryan captured our imagination.

-He's in our hearts.

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-As he's so dear to us,

-that endeared us to his songs.

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-The words are unique too.

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-They aren't long.

-They're short and sweet.

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-They all stand out.

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-A lot of them were with Ronnie.

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-Both of them, Ryan and Ronnie...

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-..I was raised

-watching and listening to them.

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-You did - you're older than me.

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-You did - you're older than me.

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-I knew that was coming!

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-How are you, Ron?

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-How are you, Ron?!

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-I know it's a silly question,

-but what are you tonight?

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-A plumber.

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-Ron, it's obvious what I am.

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-A jickey, good boy.

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-A jickey, good boy.

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-A jockey.

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-As you say, a jockey.

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-As you say, a jockey.

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-Where's your horse?

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-What horse?

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-Dressed like that,

-you need a horse.

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-That's the snag. I don't have one.

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-I can't ride.

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-Why are you dressed as a jickey

-then?

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-Jockey!

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-Well, I'm an apprentice jockey.

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-That explains everything.

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-You have to get used to the clothes

-first - the silks and the whip.

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-See that whip?

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-There's more meat on the whip

-than you!

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-"A natural", is what the man said.

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-Why did he think you were a natural?

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-Why did he think you were a natural?

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-See these legs?

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-He said the shape was perfect.

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-You couldn't stop a pig

-in a passage with those!

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-But I could ride it

-down the passage.

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-Show us.

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-Right, get down. Down like a horse.

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-Right, get down. Down like a horse.

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-Oh, no...

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-Hey, Ron, are you telling me you

-won't help your mate in a crisis?

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-Well, no, but...

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-Right, down. Come on, get down.

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-Alright, but only to help a mate.

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-Good boy. Get down.

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-Is this alright?

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-You're just like Mill Reef.

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-One thing, keep your head straight.

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-This is silly, Ry.

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-Keep your head straight

-or I'll put some blinkers on you.

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-Ready?

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-Up we go.

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-Right, into the stalls.

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-Whoa, whoa!

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-# I am a valiant and loyal knight #

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-Ready? Right, gee up

-for the next sketch.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to a Noson Lawen...

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-..celebrating the talent

-of the late Ryan Davies.

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-The next singer

-is from Carmarthenshire.

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-She loves jazz singing.

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-She's put her own jazzy stamp

-on one of Ryan's classics.

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-To sing Hen Geiliog Y Gwynt

-please welcome Nia Rees.

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-# Old weathercock

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-# I remember you

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-# Turning in the wind

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-# In the wind

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-# You can't flee

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-# From your tower, only turn

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-# In the sky

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-# Only turn

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-# Only turn

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-# And I'm a slave

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-# To my old worries

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-# Like you, there's no escape

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-# Oh, how bitter is the wine

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-# But I hear from afar

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-# An old promise of better

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-# There'll be freedom from my cell

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-# Instead of turning, I can escape

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-# A long way away

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-# Better days

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-# Better days

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-# Bah-dah-dah-do-dah-dah-bah

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-# The old water mill

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-# You turn so surely

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-# In the water, only turn

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-# In the water

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-# Until the end of the world

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-# You'll only turn and turn

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-# In the water, only turn

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-# Is what you'll do

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-# And I'm a slave

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-# To my old worries

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-# Like you, there's no escape

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-# Oh, how bitter is the wine

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-# But I hear from afar

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-# An old promise of better

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-# There'll be freedom from my cell

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-# Instead of turning, I can escape

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-# A long way away

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-# Better days

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-# Better days

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-# But I hear from afar

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-# An old promise of better

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-# There'll be freedom from my cell

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-# Instead of turning

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-# I can escape

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-# A long way away

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-# Better days

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-# Ooh

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-# Better days #

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-Thank you, Nia Rees!

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-The next artist knew Ryan well.

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-He toured Welsh stages

-with Ryan and Ronnie.

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-He took part in their television

-series during the '60s and '70s.

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-We've persuaded him

-to share some of his memories.

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-Please welcome Glan Davies.

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-Thank you.

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-I was travelling back from a gig

-one night in the car.

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-Ryan turned to me and said...

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-.."What connection to the past

-do we both share?"

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-I said, "Are you going to tell me?"

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-"Yes," he said, "We were both born

-in Glanamman Hospital."

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-"Well done," I said.

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-You don't need to clap.

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-"We didn't have much choice.

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-"Our mothers happened to be there

-at the time."

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-Ti A Dy Ddoniau,

-one of Ryan's songs...

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-..ends with "Who gave you the gift?"

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-He was versatile.

-He had so many strings to his bow.

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-As an actor...

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-.. he starred with Richard Burton

-in Under Milk Wood...

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-..and Elizabeth Taylor

-and Peter O'Toole.

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-The BBC made the programme,

-How Green Was My Father?

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-It's about an American coming to the

-Rhondda to learn about his roots.

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-Ryan played the American.

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-A big white Stetson on his head

-and a cigar.

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-He went around the village

-meeting the bank manager...

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-..the head teacher, the woman

-serving behind the bar...

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-..the undertaker.

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-He played all the characters.

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-A composer.

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-Is there a choir which doesn't have

-one of Ryan's songs...

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-..in their repertoire?

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-He developed a stage show,

-evenings like this.

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-I'd compere the evening

-and fill in...

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-..so he could do his outfit changes

-in the wings.

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-Hywel A Blodwen was always a must.

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-Janice Thomas and Margaret Williams

-would be wearing beautiful dresses.

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-He'd come on wearing a suit.

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-The jacket would be three times

-too big for him.

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-The trousers

-would have shrunk in the wash...

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-..the glasses

-were National Health...

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-..and the hair he had on his head

-would be combed down like this.

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-How the women kept a straight face

-and sing, I don't know.

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-But at the end of the first half

-every night, he'd go to the piano...

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-..and turn to the audience

-and say...

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-.."With your permission, my sister's

-having a special birthday.

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-"I'd like to sing Happy Birthday

-to her.

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-"Is that OK with you?"

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-He'd turn to the piano and begin.

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-# Happy Birthday to you

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-# Happy Birthday to you

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-# Happy Birthday to #

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-Then he'd stop.

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-"That's it," he'd say.

-"That's enough.

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-"She was only my half-sister."

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-There was no end to his talent.

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-This is where the musician

-and the pianist came in.

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-He'd turn to the audience and say...

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-.."If the finest musicians

-in the world...

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-"..had got hold of Happy Birthday,

-what would they have done with it?

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-"People like Mozart, Brahms

-and Chopin.

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-"You know Chopin, don't you?"

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-And page nine - Paganini.

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-And Russ Conway.

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-He'd play works

-by every one of these musicians...

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-..and bring Happy Birthday

-into each one.

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-You'd see different sides

-of his talent onstage...

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-..when we did the stage show.

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-It was a pleasure and an honour to

-have had the opportunity to know...

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-..work with,

-and have a friendship...

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-..with a magical entertainer,

-Ryan Davies.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Can we hear you play those bells?

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-There's one problem. There are

-eight bells, and just three of us.

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-HE WHISPERS

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-# How about asking the young brother

-to play the other two bells?

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-# Good idea

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-# Alright?

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-# Alright #

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-A TUNE PLAYED WITH BELLS

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-One of the sketches

-that stays in my memory...

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-..is the one about the three men

-who went on holiday to Switzerland.

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-It featured Ryan, Ronnie

-and Bryn Williams.

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-We're going to recreate that sketch

-especially for you.

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-Please welcome Criw Bro Ddyfi.

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-# When the cold winds of winter

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-# Blow through the land

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-# When the central heating's

-broken down

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-# Broken down

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-# We'll remember the summer

-and the fun that we did have

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-# And we long to be on holiday now

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-# On holiday now

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-# When the snow falls

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-# When the fog hides the world

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-# When the rain falls down in waves

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-# In waves

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-# We'll talk until the early hours

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-# Comfortably by the fire

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-# And dream about the fun

-that we had

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-# We went to Switzerland

-for our summer holidays

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-# That was oh so lovely,

-that was oh so nice

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-# We played in the snow

-and sang at night

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-# And danced

-with the pretty Frauleins

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-# Eee yodle-eh-doh,

-yodle-oh-dee, yodle-oh

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-# Yodle-odle-leigh-hee,

-yodle-odle-oh, yodle-odle-ee

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-# Yodle-odle-leigh-hee,

-yodle-odle-oh, yodle-odle-ee

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-# There was snow in the valley,

-there was snow on the hills

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-# The ditches frozen over,

-the lakes frozen over too

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-# We all went skiing,

-how lovely it was

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-# I wish I could do this in summer

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-# Eee yodle-eh-doh,

-yodle-oh-dee, yodle-oh

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-# Yodle-odle-leigh-hee,

-yodle-odle-oh, yodle-odle-ee

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-# Yodle-odle-leigh-hee,

-yodle-odle-oh, yodle-odle-ee

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-# Yo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oh

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-# Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah #

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-Welcome back.

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-The Amman Valley,

-especially Glanamman...

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-..where Ryan was born and raised,

-was very important to him.

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-So it's an honour for us to hear

-children's voices from that valley.

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-Conducted by Elin Murphy

-and singing Y Pethau Bach...

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-..please welcome

-Encore Stage School choir.

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-# The birds and flowers in the field

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-# The cuckoo's song

-in the month of May

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-# These are some of the miracles

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-# That make my world enchanting

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-# Ah ah ah

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-# The sound of a baby's laughter

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-# Happy and healthy in the crib

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-# This is the world

-of the tiny babe

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-# Make sure it is enchanting

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-# Ah ah ah

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-# The magnificent colours of autumn

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-# Dawn breaking full of confidence

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-# A little child saying a prayer

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-# Oh

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-# The birds and flowers in the field

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-# The cuckoo's song

-in the month of May

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-# These are some of the miracles

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-# That fill my world

-with lots of magic

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-# La la la la la la

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-# Hearing children's voices singing

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-# Tickling a trout in the stream

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-# The sound of the harp

-and cerdd dant

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-# The things that do enchant me

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-# Oh oh oh

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-# Gathering blackberries

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-# Seeing my children coming home

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-# These are some of the many things

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-# That make my world enchanting

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-# The magnificent colours of autumn

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-# Dawn breaking full of confidence

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-# A little child saying a prayer

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-# Oh

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-# The birds and flowers in the field

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-# The cuckoo's song

-in the month of May

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-# These are some of the miracles

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-# That fill my world

-with lots of magic

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-# All the time

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-# All the time

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-# La la la la la la

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-# La la la la la la

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-# La #

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-Thank you very much,

-Encore Stage School choir.

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-We have one of Ryan's

-most popular duets next.

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-The song's been sung many times

-by many singers and choirs...

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-..over the years, since Ryan

-and Ronnie sang it originally.

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-The song is called Yn Y Bore.

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-Please welcome back to the stage

-Shan Cothi and Rhys Meirion.

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-# Get up and smile

-when you see the sun in the morning

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-# Be thankful for hearing the birds

-singing up above

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-# Smile and be thankful

-when you see the world at its best

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-# And be thankful for hearing

-and seeing the wonders of the world

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-# In the morning

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-# In the morning

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-# When the sunlight beams patterns

-on a carpet of leaves

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-# In the morning

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-# In the morning

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-# When birds can be heard

-singing in harmony

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-# Wake up, the world is alive

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-# Sleep, dream

-and forget about yesterday

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-# And whilst sleeping,

-learn to accept the day ahead

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-# At the break of dawn,

-nothing will tire you

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-# You'll hear and see the world

-around you singing its praise

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-# In the morning

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-# In the morning

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-# When the sunlight beams patterns

-on a carpet of leaves

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-# In the morning

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-# In the morning

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-# When birds can be heard

-singing in harmony

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-# Wake up, the world is alive

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-# In the morning

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-# In the morning

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-# When the sunlight beams patterns

-on a carpet of leaves

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-# In the morning

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-# In the morning

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-# When birds can be heard

-singing in harmony

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-# Wake up, the world is alive

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-# Alive, alive, alive

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-# Alive #

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-Thank you, Shan and Rhys.

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-Next, one of Ryan's biggest fans.

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-He's here tonight

-to share some of his memories.

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-Radio Wales' most famous DJ,

-please welcome Chris Needs!

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-Thank you very much for the welcome.

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-Mam and I

-were big fans of Ryan Davies.

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-Every time she booked to see the

-pantomime in the Swansea Grand...

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-..she'd book a box

-like the royal box.

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-Every time Ryan would come out,

-he'd say, "Your Royal Highness."

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-Mam would wave like the Queen.

-She was so happy.

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-Mam had a shop -

-Siop Margaret Rose.

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-At one o'clock, she'd close the shop

-and go to the house opposite...

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-..into the parlour.

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-There'd be a special variety show...

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-..me on the piano

-and her singing Ryan songs.

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-I have a song to play for you

-on the piano.

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-It's a favourite of mine

-and a favourite of Mam's.

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-So, dear friends, enjoy the song.

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-Ti A Dy Ddoniau.

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-# Who gave you the smile

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-# And two gentle eyes?

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-# Who gave you the lilt

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-# In your voice?

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-# If it was your aim

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-# To make a fool of me

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-# Well, yes, you triumphed

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-# You triumphed completely

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-# But this is what I'd like to know

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-# Tell me, oh tell me

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-# Who gave you the gift?

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-# I remember like yesterday

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-# You saying, "I love you"

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-# And I replied like this

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-# "I love you"

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-# But yesterday's gone

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-# And daybreak is cruel

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-# Where

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-# Oh, where

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-# Where are you?

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-# If it was your aim

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-# To make a fool of me

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-# Well, yes, you triumphed

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-# You triumphed completely

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-# But this is what I'd like to know

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-# Tell me, oh tell me

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-# Who gave you the gift?

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-# Who gave you the gift?

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-# Who gave you

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-# The gift? #

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-HE WHISTLES Y DERYN PUR

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-Welcome back.

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-I've been looking forward all day

-to the next item.

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-I'm going to have the honour...

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-..of singing one of Ryan's songs

-with Encore Stage School choir.

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-Believe you me,

-I'm more nervous than them!

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-This is Ffrind I Mi.

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-# La, la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# I saw the morning sun smile,

-I saw the garden flowers stand still

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-# I heard the birds' joyous warbling

-and I know one thing for sure

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-# They were given by Someone

-like our song between us

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-# And if you're a friend of Jesus

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-# You're a friend of mine

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-# La, la, la, la, la,

-la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# Praise be to you,

-praise be to you

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-# I sing my song happily

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-# From pure Jesus, pure Jesus

-I received all gifts

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-# I saw the white beauty of winter

-and the glory of the summer sun

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-# I felt that I owned them

-and that the world was all fine

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-# They were given by Someone

-like our song between us

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-# And if you're a friend of Jesus

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-# You're a friend of mine

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-# La, la, la, la, la,

-la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# Praise be to you,

-praise be to you

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-# I sing my song happily

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-# From pure Jesus, pure Jesus

-I received all gifts

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-# I know the love of a friend,

-this is what Jesus himself did

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-# There came hope,

-there came comfort

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-# Through my belief

-in the Son of God

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-# They were given by Someone

-like our song between us

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-# And if you're a friend of Jesus

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-# You're a friend of mine

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-# La, la, la, la, la,

-la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# Praise be to you,

-praise be to you

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-# I sing my sang happily

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-# From pure Jesus, pure Jesus

-I received all gifts

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-# I saw the morning sun smile,

-I saw the garden flowers stand still

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-# I heard the birds' joyous warbling

-and I know one thing for sure

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-# They were given by Someone

-like our song between us

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-# And if you're a friend of Jesus

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-# You're a friend of mine

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-# You're a friend of mine

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-# La, la, la, la, la! #

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-Do you know

-who I can't get out of my head?

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-Phyllis Doris!

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-Phyllis Doris and the voice.

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-The ability to turn everything

-upside down.

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-Charm you one moment

-and put you in stitches the next.

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-I love it.

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-"Stop the bus," she said.

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-"I want to go!"

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-"Goodness me, you are going!"

-I said.

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-"I hope not," she replied.

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-We had to stop.

-By then, we all wanted to go.

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-We had a whip-round to find a penny!

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-We only found one,

-but we shifted alright.

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-Someone would hold the door

-every time.

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-Well, I was the last one.

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-I was the last one.

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-Oh. They went, didn't they?

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-Don't laugh.

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-They went and left me.

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-I was sat there happily.

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-The door closed on me!

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-Clunk-click. I was in.

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-There was no stop.

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-By the time I'd fought my way out,

-the bus had gone.

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-I was in Port Talbot defenceless.

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-Defenceless.

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-How did I come here? You don't care!

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-But I'll tell you. I hitch-hiked.

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-I had an experience.

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-Don't laugh.

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-A driver stopped.

-He put his head out the car window.

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-He shouted,

-"Show us a leg, darling."

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-I said, "You'd get a hell of a shock

-if I did!"

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-The evening is drawing to a close.

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-I'm sure you'd agree that

-we've had a feast on this stage.

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-I'd like to thank all the artists.

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-Most of all,

-I'd like to thank Ryan Davies...

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-..for writing so many lovely songs

-which are still popular today.

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-As one of Ryan's biggest fans, it's

-been an honour to be here tonight.

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-I'm sure I'm speaking

-on behalf of all the artists.

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-We'll finish

-with an anthem of a song.

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-You'll all be familiar with it.

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-Please welcome back to the stage...

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-..Bois Ceredigion, Aled Wyn Davies,

-Rhys Meirion and Shan Cothi.

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-Pan Fo'r Nos Yn Hir.

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-Goodnight.

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-# When the night is long

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-# When dawn is far away

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-# Struggling through the long hours

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-# Failing to sleep a single hour

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-# Fighting, tossing and turning

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-# Through the early hours

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-# Not seeing the end of yesterday

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-# Nor the journey's end

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-# Then, through the darkness

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-# I see your face

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-# Remembering the romance

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-# The eyelids close

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-# When the night is long

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-# Fighting, tossing and turning

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-# Through the early hours

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-# Not seeing the end of yesterday

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-# Nor the journey's end

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-# Then, through the darkness

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-# I see your face

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-# Remembering the romance

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-# The eyelids close

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-# When the night is long

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-# Then, through the darkness

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-# I see your face

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-# Remembering the romance

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-# The eyelids close

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-# When the night is long

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-# Is long #

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-I don't know where to start!

-Truly excellent.

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-It was nice to hear Ryan's songs.

-I was in school with his son, Arwyn.

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-Excellent.

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-It was worth the trip

-from Llandysul!

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-I really enjoyed myself.

-The children singing. Wonderful.

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-I expected it to be a good night

-with the best artists in Wales here.

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-Ryan's songs too.

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-Ryan was a genius.

-He's one of the all-time greats.

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-The evening

-was a very worthy tribute to him.

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Deugain mlynedd ers ei farwolaeth mae'r Noson Lawen yn talu teyrnged i un o fawrion y byd adloniant yma yng Nghymru, Ryan Davies. An evening of entertainment in memory of Ryan Davies.