Dom’s Thai Port Thai: Thai Port Songs 1 – Rao Kue Singh

 

Of all the Thai Port Songs “Rao Kue Singh”, is the one sung most often.
This is the one we sing during the game and always at the end of every game to the players. There are lots of songs where we are just adding our name into the song, but this one is 100% Port – you don’t hear it anywhere else.

Rao kue sing yùu yàang sing mâi koei glua krai
เราคือสิงห์ อยู่อย่างสิงห์ไม่เคยกลัวใคร

Pûek rao mee dam naan sàet náam ngun mâi koei yawm krai
พวกเรามีตำนาน แสดน้ำเงินไม่เคยยอมใคร …

Which translates to:

We are the Lions, the Lions fear no one.
We are the legendary orange and blue, never give in to anyone…

There’s normally one round of singing this,

Rao kue sing yùu yàang sing mâi koei glua krai

Pûek rao mee dam naan sàet náam ngun mâi koei yawm krai

 

Then just singing la la la laa la to the same tune

Then just singing oh oh oh to the same tune

Then

Rao kue sing yùu yàang sing mâi koei glua krai

Pûek rao mee dam naan sàet náam ngun mâi koei yawm krai

Then clapping finished with TAA RUA. Followed by heavy drinking.

And you can watch a video of this song with karaoke Thai below:

 

 

 

Dominick Cartwright

Dominick Cartwright

Originally from London, Dominick has been teaching English in Bangkok since 2006 and has been following Port FC since 2011.

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2replies
  1. Thai_Footy_Farang says:

    Excellent! Thank you!

    Do you happen to know a source for finding out the lyrics of other, generic Thai football songs? The ones which fans sing all across the country but where they only put in the different club names?

    Cheers and best
    AC

    Reply
    • Dominick Cartwright
      Dominick Cartwright says:

      It’s not something I’ve seen covered anywhere AC,

      The most common one is,
      Puek rao maa cheer
      Puek rao maa cheer
      Puek rao maa cheer………. F.C.

      Ole ole
      Ole ole
      Ole ole …….. F.C.

      Sure you’ll be alright. You are probably learning more Thai than I did early on when I first came to Thailand.

      Reply

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