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Chris in Wheaton Lyr Req: Red Rose Cafe (61* d) RE: Lyr Req: Red Rose Cafe 29 Nov 04


Welsh words by Hywel Emrys - sung by Plethyn -
It's Anchor and Boat, rather than Red Rose Cafe
Hwyl, Chris

Am
Daw'r bobl yn llu o'u cartrefi i gyd
    E
I eistedd ar fainc ger y tan
                              E7
Y haul yn ei grud, holi broblemau y byd
                                                Am
Ym angof mewn jôc ac mewn can
                                                            
Mae'r ferch ifanc dlos wrth y ffenestr gefn
                                       Dm7
Yn edrych ymhell bell i ffwrdd
                                  Am
Y dynion a'u ffyn yn edrych yn syn
       E                           A
Ar y dominos du ar y bwrdd
A
Lawr yn yr Angor a Llong ger yr harbwr
                                       E
Tafarn fach glyd ar y cei ger y don
             D                               A
Pawb yn rhannu caneuon a chroeso
                E                           Am
Pawb yn y tû yn hapus ac yn llon
Pysgotwyr yn gorffwys a pheint bach neu ddau
A'u hatgofion am oes ar y mor
Cawn gân fach neu ddwy -- efallai bydd mwy
Bydd pawb yn ymuno a'r côr
Eisteddwn i lawr, anghofiwch bob peth
Mae'n rhaid inni wneud ambell dro
Os mwynhewch chi eich hun, dowch eto nos Lun
Dydi'r drws yma byth, fyth ar glo.


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