Hollol (M.Brooks)
"Hollol" means "entirely". And is used to say "Exactly I agree."

The word "fun" (pronouced "veen") comes from the word
"Bun" which means sweetheart or maiden. It 's not a normal
word to use but I needed a rhyme. Anyway it's nice to re-instate
ancient words from time to time.

Wi'n ddyn rwyt ti'n fun, hollol, hollol
I'm a man you're a maiden, exactly, exactly
Wi'n ddyn rwyt ti'n fun, wir, wir, wir
I'm a man you're a maiden, indeed, indeed, indeed
Wi'n ddyn rwyt ti'n fun
I'm a man you're a maiden
Rwyt ti'n eisiau dyn
You want a man
Wi ar fy mhen fy hun, wir, wir, wir
I'm on my own, indeed, indeed, indeed

CYTGAN
CHORUS
  Wi'n dy lico di (Hollol)
  
I like you (Exactly)
  Rwyt ti'n fy hoffi fi (Hollol)
 You like me (Exactly)
  Byddon ni ti a fi
  
We will be you and me
  Mewn bodloni (Hollol)
Satisfied (Exactly)

Bydda i gyda di, hollol, hollol
I will be with you, exactly, exactly
Bydda i gyda di, wir, wir, wir
I will be with you, indeed, indeed, indeed
Bydda i gyda di
I will be with you
Byddi di gyda fi
You will be with me
Ac yn hapus byddon ni, wir, wir, wir
And we will be happy, indeed, indeed, indeed

CYTGAN

Wi'n credu, credu, credu, credu mewn tynged
I believe, believe, believe, believe in fate
Wi'n credu, credu, credu, credu mewn tynged
I believe, believe, believe, believe in fate
Wi'n credu, credu, credu, credu mewn tynged
I believe, believe, I believe, believe in fate
Wi'n credu, credu, credu, credu mewn cariad
I believe, believe, believe, believe in love

CYTGAN

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Celtic Bonding