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redanger66

robert plant and the welsh connection

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hi all, being welsh myself i always love it when planty talks about wales,he seems fascinated by the country ,it's history,language ,and culture,he went on holiday there as a child i think and has loved the place ever since ,he even has a home there ,i think he has done a lot to promote wales as a country so i take my hat off to him for that .so diolch yn fawr roberto .

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Hello redanger66! I have a question, can you translate for me this which is on the back of my Robert Plant "Dreamland" shirt: "ENWOG Y"TH WNAIR, GAIR GYRDDBWYLL, ARMES, TELYNORES TWYLL", thanks...

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Hello redanger66! I have a question, can you translate for me this which is on the back of my Robert Plant "Dreamland" shirt: "ENWOG Y"TH WNAIR, GAIR GYRDDBWYLL, ARMES, TELYNORES TWYLL", thanks...

Something like "You achieved fame/notoriety with clever words and a musician's (harpist's) deceit", which makes sense when applied to a singer/lyricist.

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tough one hehe, enwog is famous in welsh ,gair is word in welsh, telyn is harp,twyll is dark, but i think your man with the first reply has cracked it .

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