What are the words to Jurgen Klopp song Liverpool supporters sing

This weekend is officially Jurgen Klopp's last as Liverpool manager as he takes to the Anfield touchline for the final time against Wolves.

The charismatic German first took charge of the Reds in October 2015, and it has been a beautiful partnership ever since. He took the club to a sixth European Cup, the illusive Premier League title after a 30-year hiatus and most importantly has captured the hearts of supporters globally.

His impact cannot be underestimated, so it is no surprise that Klopp has a number of songs dedicated to him by the Kop. One of the most popular is a rework of the Beatles classic 'I feel fine'. The 'Fab Four' released their eighth single in 1964, which went on to top charts in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden. In the UK, it was the fifth-highest-selling single of the 1960s.

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But these days, the Reds' rework is the more popular version at Anfield, regularly getting an outing from fans on all four sides of the pitch on match day. The boss himself humbly wanted the focus to be on his team and the song only sung at the end of matches, though with his imminent departure the song has been creeping back into the fold as supporters display their adoration.

Most Liverpool fans will know their words off by heart, but in case you don't, here are the lyrics to the song in full:

Jurgen said to me, you know. We'll win the Premier League, you know. He said so.

I'm in love with him and I feel fine.

I'm so glad that Jurgen is a Red.

I'm so glad he delivered what he said.

The sentiment of the song is effectively an acknowledgement from the fans of Klopp delivering on his vow to try and bring success to Liverpool while he is the club's manager. During his first press conference as Liverpool manager, he said: "If we sit here in four years I think we win a title, I’m pretty sure."

That prediction came true in 2020, and although the Reds' latest title challenge faltered last month with Man City and Arsenal remaining in the fight until the final day, Klopp departs as a legend in this part of the world.

Just like his famous predecessors Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley and Kenny Dalglish, you will still hear his name immortalised through song on Anfield matchdays.