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Plaid Cymru (Party of Wales)

The Bells Of Rhymney
(Idris Davies/Pete Seeger)
 
Oh what will you give me
Say the sad bells of Rhymney
Is there hope for the future
Say the brown bells of Merthyr
Who made the mine owner
Say the black bells of Rhondda
And who killed the miner
Say the grim bells of Blaena

They will plunder willy-nilly
Say the bells of Caerphilly
They have fangs, they have teeth
Shout the loud bells of Neath
Even God is uneasy
Say the moist bells of Swansea
And what will you give me
Say the sad bells of Rhymney

Throw the vandals in court
Say the bells of Newport
All would be well if if if if if if
Say the green bells of Cardiff
Why so worried, sisters, why
Sang the silver bells of Wye
And what will you give me
Say the sad bells of Rhymney

As sung by The Ian Campbell Folk Group

1905-1953
a short film about
Idris Davies who wrote
The Bells of Rhymney,
which he based upon the
the children's nursery rhyme
Oranges and Lemons

a short film, with the song
sung by Roger McGuinn

Related Links

Caerphilly

Richard Llewellyn's
classic novel of the Welsh
mining community

whose incredible version of
The Bells of Rhymney
can be found on their album
Mr. Tambourine Man

Data Wales

new-wales.net

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