Luis Suarez has revealed the depth of emotion that swells up inside him when the club's 'incredible' anthem, 'You'll Never Walk Alone', begins to play before matches at Anfield.
While the song is a powerful force that brings fans and the team together at any location around the world, it means something different and evokes personal memories for each individual.
For the Reds' No.7, it all relates to family; as he passes the 'This is Anfield' sign in the tunnel, climbs the short staircase out to the pitch and steps onto the grass, he glances up to his wife and children.
Taking up the story, the forward explained to FourFourTwo: "When I walk out of the tunnel to 'You'll Never Walk Alone' and look up at my wife and children in the crowd, I get very emotional.
"My daughter Delfina knows all the words. It's an incredible anthem and an unforgettable feeling, one that I genuinely didn't even think was possible to dream about when I was younger."
The Uruguayan's reaction each time he watches his latest strike hit the back of the net is occasionally as interesting as the goal itself, with Suarez displaying pure happiness.
Upon firing his first against Stoke City in January, the 27-year-old unleashed an audible roar; in the 4-0 derby rout of Everton, meanwhile, he basked in the adulation of a raucous Kop.
"I play to give joy to the fans," he said. "Of course you want to win and do your best for the club, but putting a smile on supporters' faces is a beautiful thing because they pay a lot of money to watch us play.
"Even during the warm-up, when I practise my shooting, I can hear them going 'ooh' if I score a good goal.
"It's a great feeling but, to be honest, usually when I score great goals in the warm-up they desert me in the game. Before our 2-2 draw with Aston Villa in January, I was on fire, but then nothing in the match."