What are the lyrics to ‘Si Senor’, the brilliant chant for Liverpool striker? December 16, 2020 – Posted in: Soccer
Roberto Firmino is a hero to Liverpool fans for his tenacity, technique and clinical goalscoring ability.
The 29-year-old, signed from Hoffenheim in 2015, has been converted into one of the world’s best centre-forwards by Jurgen Klopp.
While chants about Mohamed Salah’s exploits on the wing and ‘Allez, Allez, Allez’ often reverberate around Anfield, there’s an even catchier tune to be heard coming from the Kop.
After putting the ball into the back of the net, Firmino cups his hand to his ear as if expecting Reds fans to belt out the chant.
He is a big fan of it and even had Si Senor stitched into his boots last year.
“It’s cool,” he said. “The rhythm of the song is a little Latin, a little La Bombonera. It is very motivating.
“For those on the pitch, it’s good to hear the fans singing their name, their music. It motivates us to do our best on the pitch and help the team.”
But how does the song go?
Well, based on a tune sung by River Plate fans in Argentina, the lyrics are:
“There’s something that the Kop want you to know,
“The best in the world his name is Bobby Firmino,
“Our number nine,
“Give him the ball and he’ll score every time,
“Give the ball to Bobby and he will score.”