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Where'er the harp and voice are heard,
Their noblest song shall ever be ; Each cheering note and thrilling word
In praise, dear land, of thee. The harp thy spirit doth inspire,
Whatever hand may sweep the strings, The voice may in thy cause aspire
To stir the heart whoever sings ; And thus their noblest song shall be In praise, dear land, of thee.
2.
OV weirfa gul, av darren lorn, Yr oenig drown, a'v ddafad dvom, Yn siw cdntfyn'd, er mainty stow.
Lie gwelom nesafgeulan, Dan honno heb wneud iddi gam, Mor wyn a'r ocn, ni wnawn ei Jam ; A gwedy'i channit, hcb ddweud pam, Ei gwisg a gmifiwn, ac hcb nam, Am eigwiriondeb a ar lam,
Ei dinam ryddid yngan.
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/ wirion digon hyn o wae; Ond eto cyn y troedia gae, I fyrdd o'i rhyiv yn aros mae,
Oer rwymau er el hannel; Ond cacthion fyddant ond dros ddydd. I brofi gwcrtli cu rhodiad rhydd : A phan giniatp-wn dan y gwydd, Ein gobaith jo ma i felly bydd, I'r braw wnai fugail hoff yn brudd
Cyn d'wedydd i ymadcl.
H. 4868.
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