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Let home, happy home, be the theme of our song, With all the delights that to dear home belong. There in days still to come mem'ries ever shall dwell. And the pow'r never fade of love's magic spell. There Welshmen may loudly rejoice they are free, And vow to their country still constant to be, " Mewn Awen fwyn lawen byw byth y bo hi! "
" Mewn Awen fwyn," &c.
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Mae llanw cerddoriaeth yn dud fcl y m6rt Macpawbyny cydgant maepawbyny cor; Mae codiad y dwylaw a churiad y traed^ Arfanllefyn divedyd "hir hivy parhaed" O ! bydded craig-wregys cm hynys wen ni, Yn herio cynddeiriog north llidiog y Hi, " Mewn Awen fwyn lawen byw byth y bo hi!" "Mewn Awen fwyn" &c.
With pride we can boast never yet from the door Of one Cambrian home have we banished the poor ; The stranger is welcome who comes as a friend, And gives heart and hand our dear homes to defend, And joins all true Welshmen who vow to be free, And to Cymru, their country, aye constant to be. " Mewn Awen fwyn lawen byw byth y bo hi! "
" Mewn Awen fwyn," &c.
Mae colon Pumlumon yn adsain o bell,
A chreigiauWEryriyn dweud "Henffych Well;'
Purhiicd Brcnhiniacih yr hen Ynys Wen
Yn' fend it h i'r ddaear, tan fendith y ncn :
A bydded craig-wregys ein hynys wen ni,
Yn herio cynddeiriog nerth llidiog y Hi,
" Mewn Awen fwyn lawen byw byth y bo hi'. "
" Mewn Awen fwyn" &c.
H. 4868.
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