George Formby singing Funicula

As well as dancing the old fandango, being a brigand on the mountains, etc. His father was a something from Barcelonia. Here. Can anyone make out the entire text? (This isn’t Funiculì funiculà.)

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  1. My father was a nut from Barcelonia – apparently a Barcelona nut is a type of hazelnut.
    I could get more, but should be doing something else.

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