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Blodau'r Flwyddyn

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BLODAU’R FLWYDDYN / Flower of the Year  4/4 (Traditional Welsh Song)
Lyrics and chords fit Siwsann George’s version. 
To play along to the band ‚Calan’ use a capo on the 3rd fret. In addition this version uses different bridges, only two verses (1st verse repapted) and slightly modified chords in the last line of each verse (G-C-Am-D-G instead of G-C-Am-G) 

Intro: G-D-G-D-G-D-G


Blodau’r (G)flwyddyn (D)yw f’an(Em)wylyd,
(G)Ebrill, (C)Mai, Me(Am)hedin (G)hefyd,
(C)Llewyrech (G)haul yn (C)t’wynnu ar (G)gysgod,
A gwe(C)nithen (Am)y ge(G)nethod. -D-G-D-G


Hardd yw (G)gwn yr (D)haul yn (Em)codi
(G)Gyda (C)choflaid (Am)o o(G)leuni,
(C)Hardd y (G)noy yw (C)gewnnau’r (G)lleuad
Harddach (C)ydyw (Am)grudd fy (G)nghariad. -D-G-D-G


Main a (G)chymwys (D)fel y (Em)fedwen
(G)Berth ei (C)llun fel (Am)hardd feil(G)lionen;
(C)Teg ei (G)gwawr fel (C)bore ha(G)fyddydd
Hon yw (C)nod holl (Am)glod y (G)gwledydd -D-G-D-G-D-G

English Translation (correspondingly)


My love is like the flowers of the seasons,
April, May, June, too
The sun’s radiance shining upon a shadow
And, of a ll girls, the fairest wheat.


How beautiful the smile of the rising sun,
......
How beautiful the moon’s smiles,
More beautiful is my love’s cheek.


Slim and staight like the birch tree,
AHer face is as pretty as the beautiful clover,
Her dawning is like the summer’s morning
It iss he who ist he subject of praise thoughout the nations.

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