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Theatr Bryn Terfel, Bangor 2

Aled Hughes sy'n cyflwyno artistiaid amrywiol o Theatr Bryn Terfel ym Mangor. Aled Hughes introduces Meinir Gwilym, Dylan and Neil, Llio Evans, Jâms Coleman, Calfari, Daf and Li...


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-Good evening to you. I'm Aled

-Hughes. Welcome to Pontio, Bangor.

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-A feast of talent

-from the Isle of Anglesey awaits us.

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-Who's here from Anglesey?

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-Who's here from Anglesey?

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-Us!

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-Most of them.

-Who's come here to see Calfari?

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-Us!

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-Let's get Anglesey's Noson Lawen

-started.

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-# As you walk through the door

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-# You turn your back

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-# And you ask if you're sure

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-# You won't get a better chance

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-# You won't get a better chance

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-# To go and see the world

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-# The sea breeze

-flows through your blood

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-# The slate remains

-are firm under your feet

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-# I see the sea

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-# It leads me home

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-# Your voice

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-# Draws me back

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-# I turn and turn, no escape

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-# You call me every time

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-# In the night

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-# You've returned

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-# You've travelled far

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-# You've seen the world

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-# But there's nowhere better

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-# You're on your way back

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-# You're on your way back

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-# To where you should be

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-# The sea breeze

-flows through your blood

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-# The slate remains

-are firm under your feet

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-# I see the sea

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-# It leads me home

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-# Your voice

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-# Draws me back

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-# I turn and turn, no escape

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-# You call me every time

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-# In the night

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-# You've returned

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-# The sea breeze

-flows through your blood

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-# The slate remains

-are firm under your feet

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-# I see the sea

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-# It leads me home

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-# Your voice

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-# Draws me back

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-# I see the sea

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-# It leads me home

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-# Your voice

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-# Draws me back

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-# I turn and turn, no escape

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-# You call me every time

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-# In the night

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-# You've returned

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-# You've returned

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-# You've returned #

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-Thank you, Calfari.

-They performed Rhydd.

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-That was some way to raise

-the curtain at Theatr Bryn Terfel.

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-It's nice to be back in Bangor.

-I went to university here.

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-As it's an university town, there

-are people here from the world over.

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-Ysbyty Gwynedd - there are doctors

-here from the world over.

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-I remember one doctor who wanted

-a shilling or two over the summer.

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-He opened a doctor's surgery

-on the high street in Bangor.

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-A large poster in the window said...

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-.."20 for all treatments

-or you get 100 back."

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-A mate of mine wanted

-to be a solicitor.

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-"That's an easy 100," he said.

-In he went to see the doctor.

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-"Doctor, I've lost my sense

-of taste," he told the doctor.

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-"Nurse, go out the back,

-fetch box 22...

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-"..and put three drops

-in his mouth."

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-So box 22 came out and three drops

-were put in his mouth."

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-"Oh!" said my mate.

-"This is petrol."

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-"You can taste - 20." He got 20.

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-My mate wasn't happy.

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-He went back after two days.

-"I'll get him this time."

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-"I'm losing my memory, doctor.

-I'm confused."

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-The doctor said,

-"Nurse, fetch box 22...

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-"..and put three drops

-in his mouth."

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-"It's petrol."

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-"Your memory's fine,"

-said the doctor.

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-We have a stage full of young people

-for you next.

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-They're just as busy as they were

-12 years ago when they were founded.

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-It was Nia Wyn Efans's vision

-and she's still in charge.

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-They're going to perform

-one of the most famous songs...

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-..to come from Anglesey,

-Ceidwad Y Goleudy by Ems.

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-I know you will,

-but please give a warm welcome...

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-..to Cor Aelwyd yr Ynys.

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-# Of course

-you can walk along my path

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-# You can go anywhere on my land

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-# Of course

-you can gather my prettiest flowers

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-# As long

-as you promise to tell the truth

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-# Of course

-you can walk to my cottage

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-# You can light the fire

-and make the tea

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-# Of course

-you'll be welcomed in my home

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-# As long as you tell me what's what

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-# This is a song

-that was rescued from the waves

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-# It was spotted drowning

-by the lighthouse keeper

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-# He heard it shouting

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-# "Will you rescue me?"

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-# A song

-that was nearly forgotten forever

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-# The lighthouse keeper am I

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-# Of course

-you can pray at my altar

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-# I give you my god's ears

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-# Of course you can baptize your

-children in the waters of my well

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-# As long as you learn to love me

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-# This is a song

-that was rescued from the waves

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-# It was spotted drowning

-by the lighthouse keeper

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-# He heard it shouting

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-# "Will you rescue me?"

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-# A song

-that was nearly forgotten forever

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-# The lighthouse keeper am I

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-# This is a song

-that was rescued from the waves

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-# It was spotted drowning

-by the lighthouse keeper

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-# He heard it shouting

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-# "Will you rescue me?"

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-# A song

-that was nearly forgotten forever

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-# The lighthouse keeper am I

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-# The lighthouse keeper am I

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-# The lighthouse keeper am I

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-# Ooh #

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-Many thanks to Cor Aelwyd yr Ynys...

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-..Nia Wyn Efans

-and their accompanist, Elen Keen.

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-The next artist comes from the heart

-of the island, from Llangristiolus.

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-She now lives in Trefor.

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-This song is from my latest album,

-Y Llwybrau.

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-It came out in November 2016.

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-It's something different

-and new, hopefully...

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-..for the Noson Lawen audience.

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-I'm looking forward to perform it.

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-I was raised on Anglesey

-and was born in Llangristiolus...

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-..so I'm looking forward to perform

-at Anglesey's Noson Lawen.

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-It's like being home.

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-To perform Gwallgo, joined by

-Non and Miriam, Meinir Gwilym.

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-# Our culture is so strange

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-# If there is such a thing

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-# Existing instead of living

-and our heads full

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-# Another year has passed,

-rushing from place to place

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-# You're nearer a goal

-that isn't there

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-# Well done you!

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry

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-# How do you prepare a pound coin

-so it's fragile?

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-# Try and plant a tenner

-in the ground to grow nuts

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-# Watch for the laugh

-when you say that water and soil

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-# Are the only things of value

-to you if they're pure #

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-Ha ha ha ha!

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen and people

-are angry, angry, angry

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry

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-# Do-do-do-do-do-do

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-# Do-do-do-do

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry

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-# It's crazy -

-simple when you see it

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-# Numbers on the screen

-and people are angry, angry, angry #

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-Can I try it?

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-It won't fit. Not bad.

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-You should wear it.

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-You should wear it.

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-I think I should. Can I?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-I'm going now.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We have two youngsters next

-who perform across North Wales.

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-Daf is originally from St Asaph

-and Lisa's from Moelfre.

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-They're going to sing a song

-by Anglesey's most famous duo...

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-..Tony and Aloma.

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-Cofion Gorau is the name of the

-song. Please welcome Daf and Lisa.

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-# It was only an incident

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-# It happened in an instant

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-# Falling in love

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-# Forever with you

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# Putting two together

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-# As one, like us

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-# Time passes

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-# Our love brings us closer

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-# I need your company

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-# All the time

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# Putting the blue in your eyes

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-# And blessing my world

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-# Sometimes there's laughter

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-# Sometimes a tear

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-# One or two arguments

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-# But they never last long

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# We can forgive

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-# One another's faults

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-# Sometimes there's laughter

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-# Sometimes a tear

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-# One or two arguments

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-# But they never last long

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# We can forgive

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-# One another's faults

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-# There's less of a future

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-# Than there is of the past

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-# I still want you

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-# To hold me close

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# We can forgive

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-# One another's faults

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# Fond memories to treasure

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-# That I can recall for ever

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-# The best memories

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-# And God at his best

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-# Fond memories to treasure

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-# That I can recall

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-# For ever #

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-Many thanks to Daf and Lisa.

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-Thank you.

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-I mentioned Ysbyty Gwynedd earlier.

-We're lucky to have that hospital.

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-But I'm quite sure

-that none of us...

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-..would want to come across

-a nurse like this working there.

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-HUMS A SONG

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-Ooh!

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-Oh!

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-Ooh-aah-ee!

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-If you feel like pushing,

-push as hard as you can.

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-Together after three -

-one, two, three.

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-Push, push, push.

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-Ooh, almost.

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-Oh, little one.

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-I'm sure that's a relief for you,

-Mr Evans.

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-It was tight!

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-Tight shoes?

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-I'll leave the chair there.

-Let me see.

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-Good grief!

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-Shall we take the other one off?

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-Shall we take the other one off?

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-Will you help me?

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-I will.

-Let's take a look at that foot.

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-It's tight.

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-It's tight.

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-It's swollen.

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-Let's get a better grip.

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-Nurse!

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-What are you doing?

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-There we are.

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-Better now?

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-Help me onto my feet.

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-Help me onto my feet.

-

-Up you come. Get up!

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-I'm trying, nurse.

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-Wait a minute.

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-Up you get.

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-Careful!

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-Open those legs.

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-I'll get your chair now.

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-I'll get your chair now.

-

-Can you get the chair?

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-You'll have to help me.

-After three.

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-One.

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-One.

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-Three.

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-Two, three.

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-Two, three.

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-Three.

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-Better now, Mr Evans?

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-Better now, Mr Evans?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-You'll have to take the tablets

-before the camera.

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-Camera? What camera?

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-The camera.

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-I'm not having a camera

-up my bu...

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-Tut, tut, tut!

-I guarantee that it won't hurt.

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-I won't have it.

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-I won't have it.

-

-Swallow these. There you are.

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-They'll relax the muscle.

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-Come now, Mr Evans.

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-Come now, Mr Evans.

-

-I've told you.

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-You won't suffer.

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-Is that how it is?

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-Is that how it is?

-

-Yes, that's how it is.

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-I guarantee it won't hurt.

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-I guarantee it won't hurt.

-

-Drink!

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-The poor man is choking!

-Water, someone!

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-Water!

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-Better now?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Let's get you up now.

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-Let's get you up now.

-

-Blimey! Where are we?

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-Bangor, Mr Evans.

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-Why can I see Conwy Tunnel?

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-Come on, up you get.

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-There we are. Better now.

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-There we are. Better now.

-

-No thanks to you.

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-Let's go to the clinic.

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-Let's go to the clinic.

-

-I'm not going.

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-I'm not going!

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-I'm not going!

-

-That was my finger, you rascal!

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-Mr Evans, what are you doing?

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-About the camera!

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-Camera? I don't want the camera!

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-I guarantee it won't hurt.

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-I guarantee it won't hurt.

-

-No! No!

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-Not now.

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-Mr Evans, there are stairs here.

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-We'll chance it.

-I guarantee it won't hurt.

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-No!

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-Thank you to Bach a Mawr,

-Dafydd Roberts and Richard Edwards.

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-The next artist comes from the small

-village with the long name.

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-She now lives in London pursuing

-a career in the opera world.

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-She travels all over Britain

-with different opera companies.

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-She's here tonight to perform

-Je Veux Vivre from Romeo and Juliet.

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-Please give a welcome as big

-as the full name of Llanfair PG...

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-..to the soprano, Llio Evans.

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-# Ah!

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-# Je veux vivre

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-# Dans ce reve

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-# Qui m'enivre ce jour encor!

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-# Douce flamme

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-# Je te garde

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-# Dans mon ame comme un tresor!

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-# Je veux vivre

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-# Dans ce reve

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-# Qui m'enivre ce jour encor

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-# Douce flamme

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-# Je te garde

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-# Dans mon ame comme un tresor!

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-# Cette ivresse de jeunesse

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-# Ne dure helas qu'un jour!

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-# Puis vient l'heure ou l'on pleure

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-# Le coeur cede a l'amour

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-# Et le bonheur fuit sans retour

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-# Ah!

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-# Je veux vivre

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-# Dans ce reve

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-# Qui m'enivre longtemps encor

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-# Douce flamme

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-# Je te garde

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-# Dans mon ame comme un tresor!

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-# Loin de l'hiver morose

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-# Laisse-moi

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-# Laisse-moi sommeiller

-et respirer la rose

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-# Respirer la rose

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-# Avant de l'effeuiller

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-# Ah!

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-# Ah!

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-# Ah!

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-# Ah!

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-# Douce flamme

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-# Reste dans mon ame

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-# Comme un doux tresor

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-# Longtemps encor

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-# Ah!

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-# Comme un tresor

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-# Longtemps

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-# Encor! #

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back

-to Anglesey's Noson Lawen.

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-It's easy to find someone who

-lives in Llan-something-or-other.

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-We go to Llandegfan next.

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-After graduating from Cambridge...

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-..Jams went on to study at the

-Royal Academy of Music in London.

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-As I live in London...

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-..it can be a while

-before I come home.

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-So it's nice to get some work

-back in North Wales.

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-It's an excuse to come home

-and see Mam.

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-The piece I'm going to perform is

-Boogie Woogie Etude by Morton Gould.

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-The piece is a bit different because

-it's in a boogie woogie style...

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-..rather than classical -

-Mozart, Beethoven.

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-It's more upbeat and more fun.

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-Many thanks to Jams Coleman.

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-I mentioned earlier

-that I went to university in Bangor.

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-I worked in the Globe pub

-for pocket money.

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-It was the best education I got.

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-One student would come in every

-Thursday asking for three pints.

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-Every time, three pints

-and he'd sit in the corner.

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-After about two weeks, I said...

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-.."Don't take the three at once.

-They'll go flat."

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-"No, this is what I do,

-I'm one of a set of triplets.

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-"This is the first time

-we've been apart.

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-"I'm in Bangor,

-one brother is in Cardiff...

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-"..and the other is in Manchester.

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-"Every Thursday afternoon, we go

-to the pub and remember each other."

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-"Very nice," I said.

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-It went on like this for a while,

-every Thursday afternoon.

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-He came in one day

-and asked for two pints.

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-We looked at one another,

-feeling a bit uneasy.

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-I gave him two

-and he went to his corner.

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-I went over to him. "I'm sorry.

-I'm guessing something's happened."

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-"Not at all," he said, "It's fine."

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-"I've started dating," he said.

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-"Oh," I said.

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-"She's a very religious woman.

-She's teetotal.

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-"She doesn't drink,

-so I'm not allowed to drink either.

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-"But it doesn't stop my brothers,"

-he said.

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-From the Globe pub

-we go to the Garddfon Inn.

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-Who's been to the Garddfon?

-Be honest!

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-It's a pub in Felinheli

-which looks out towards Anglesey.

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-Don't worry if you've never been.

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-We can all go there together now.

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-These two love the place so much

-they've written a song about it.

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-Please give a warm welcome

-to Dylan and Neil.

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-# Sitting on the banks of the Menai

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-# Thinking of the past

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-# Watching the ships sail by

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-# To Felinheli

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-# I heard a story from the lads

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-# One told by many

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-# Chatting over a pint or two

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-# In the Garddfon Inn

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-# This is what they say

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-# So the story goes

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-# Chatting over a pint or two

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-# In the Garddfon Inn

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-# Times have changed

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-# It's the age of the fax

-and the telephone

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-# It's not Enid or Elidir

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-# Passing Anglesey

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-# There were fifty women

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-# Singing in the choir

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-# Dob's family were on the boats

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-# Down at the seashore #

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-Let's sing it together!

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-# This is what they say

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-# So the story goes

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-# Chatting over a pint or two

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-# In the Garddfon Inn

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-# No more sound of slate

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-# No more sound of the sea

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-# But by now the bypass

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-# Passes our house

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-# There's a marina in the village

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-# The Pink Palace

-sits on top of the hill

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-# And Felinheli

-is an unfamiliar place

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-# For the elderly nowadays

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-# This is what they say

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-# So the story goes

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-# Chatting over a pint or two

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-# In the Garddfon Inn

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-# Chatting over a pint or two

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-# In the Garddfon Inn #

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-Tonight, we're going to perform

-a translation...

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-..of All The Things You Are by Kern.

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-I remember hearing Kiri Te Kanawa

-sing it.

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-I decided that if it was good enough

-for Kiri, it was good enough for me!

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-I'm accompanying Llio.

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-We'd never worked together before,

-so I look forward to it.

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-We were in school together

-but Jams is a bit younger than me!

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-# Time and again

-I've longed for adventure

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-# Something to make my heart

-beat the faster

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-# What did I long for?

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-# I never really knew

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-# Finding your love

-I've found my adventure

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-# Touching your hand,

-my heart beats the faster

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-# All that I want

-in all of this world

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-# Is you

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-# You are

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-# The promised kiss of springtime

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-# That makes the lonely winter

-seem long

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-# You are

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-# The breathless hush of evening

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-# That trembles on the brink

-of a lovely song

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-# You are

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-# The angel glow

-that lights a star

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-# The dearest things I know

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-# Are what you are

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-# Some day

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-# My happy arms will hold you

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-# And some day

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-# I'll know that moment divine

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-# When all the things you are

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-# Are mine

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-# You are

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-# The promised kiss of springtime

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-# That makes the lonely winter

-seem long

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-# You are

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-# The breathless hush of evening

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-# That trembles

-on the brink of a lovely song

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-# You are

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-# The angel glow that lights a star

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-# The dearest things I know

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-# Are what you are

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-# Some day

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-# My happy arms will hold you

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-# And some day

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-# I'll know that moment divine

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-# When all the things you are

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-# Are mine #

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-Thank you, Llio and Jams.

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-A friend of mine

-works at Pringle's, Llanfairpwll.

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-The large cafe - everyone's been

-to Pringle's, Llanfairpwll.

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-An elderly couple

-sat at a table with their meal.

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-The husband began to cut his food

-exactly in half.

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-He cut his sandwich in two

-and gave half to his wife.

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-Two glasses of water.

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-He poured half his water

-into her glass.

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-My friend went over to them

-and said...

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-.."I feel awful. If you want me

-to buy you another meal, I will."

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-"No, we share everything,"

-said the husband.

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-He cut the straw in half

-and put it in the glasses.

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-He counted the chips one by one.

-Twelve for her, twelve for him.

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-My friend went up to them again,

-"People have started staring."

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-"Mind your own business,

-we know what we're doing."

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-He was eating happily but his wife

-was just staring at her plate.

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-My friend went up to them once more

-but spoke to the wife this time.

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-"I feel awful..."

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-"No, the husband's telling

-the truth. We share everything."

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-"Why do you look so angry?

-What are you waiting for?"

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-"The teeth," she said.

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-It's almost time

-for us to bid farewell.

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-We've seen why Anglesey is known

-as the home of gifted people.

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-We should be proud

-of every single one of them.

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-The final word goes to Cor

-Aelwyd yr Ynys and Meinir Gwilym.

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-They're going to sing Gormod.

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-Please give them a warm welcome.

-Goodnight.

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-# You've lived too long

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-# On fags, coffee and cheap vodka

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-# You've watched too many

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-# Cheesy Westerns late at night

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-# You've stared too long,

-the sun has burnt your eyelids

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-# You've listened too much

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-# To people who are scared

-of getting to know you

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Turn away from the dark

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-# Come over to my side

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-# You've searched too long

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-# For sound, speed and a golden star

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-# You've yearned

-to sit in the empty room

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-# You've walked too much,

-the ground shakes beneath your feet

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-# You've been brainwashed

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-# By a warped culture

-telling you to shut up

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Turn away from the dark

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-# Come over to my side

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-# And there you may

-shine in the light of the sun

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-# And there you may hide

-among the leaves

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-# And there you may shout at the sky

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-# And there you'll find

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-# Your perfect peace

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-# You've hidden away too long

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-# Behind the masks of daylight

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-# You've travelled

-too much on trains

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-# That made you late

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-# You've known too much

-and your memory is failing you

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-# You've grown too old

-to run to your mother

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Turn away from the dark

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-# Come over to my side

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Come, follow me

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-# Turn away from the dark

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-# Come over to my side

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-# Come, follow me #

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-Thank you.

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-Excellent. A very good evening.

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-Excellent. A very good evening.

-

-Quite some evening.

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-Bach a Mawr - very funny.

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-And the pianist!

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-Dylan and Neil specifically.

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-Dylan and Neil specifically.

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-Nice to see young talent.

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-Aelwyd Yr Ynys were the best.

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-I really liked Dylan and Neil.

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-Anglesey people. Unbeatable.

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Aled Hughes sy'n cyflwyno artistiaid amrywiol o Theatr Bryn Terfel ym Mangor. Aled Hughes introduces Meinir Gwilym, Dylan and Neil, Llio Evans, Jâms Coleman, Calfari, Daf and Lisa and more.