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Who’s strong and brave here to save the American Way?
Who vows to fight like a man for what’s right, night and day?
Who will campaign door to door for America?
Carry the flag shore to shore for America?
From Hoboken to Spokane?

The Star Spangled Man with a plan!

We can’t ignore there’s a threat and a war we must win!
Who’ll hang a noose on the goose-stepping goons from Berlin?
Who will indeed lead the call for America?
Who’ll rise or fall, give his all, for America?
Who’s here to prove that we can?

The Star Spangled Man with a plan!

Stalwart and steady and true!
(See how this guy can shoot! We tell you, there’s no substitute!)
Forceful and ready to defend the red, white, and blue!
(The red, white and blue!)

Who’ll give the Axis the sack and is smart as a fox?
(Sure as an Eagle will soar!)
Who’s makin’ Adolf afraid to step out of his bunks?
(He’s knows what we’re fighting for!)

Who’ll whip the giant attacking America?
We know it’s no one but Captain America!
Who’ll finish what they began?
Who’ll kick the Krauts to Japan?

The Star Spangled Man with a Plan!
(Who’s strong and brave here to save the American way?)

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dr erskine said he chose steve for the serum because of his kindness and courage to cover for the fact he read steve’s enlistment form and realized this fucker’s birthday is the fourth of july 


drawing sam/steve like


drawing sam/steve like


#i don’t want to talk about it #g o d #i have so many inarticulate emotions about this relationship? #it’s funny because i saw people shipping this before the winter soldier and i was very hmmm #because i needed to see more #but oh man #oh man #they hit me in my wary friendship place #they hit me in that place hard #perfect slytherin-hufflepuff dynamics tb h#i trust you now

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Shut up and put your arm around me. Laugh at something I said!

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The game. It`s from May 1941. I know, `cause I was there.

This always makes my heart so happy, because when Steve went into the ice, it was 1944 or 1945—at least three years after that game took place. Most people don’t remember sports events with enough detail to be able to say, beyond a shadow of a doubt, “I was there” when they hear a play-by-play, especially not a baseball play-by-play, with its 150+ games per team every year and its repetitive actions (there’s only so many ways you can say “he struck out swinging”).

You know who does remember that sort of thing? Passionate, loyal fans, that’s who. The ones who live for the summer, who are at every game they can attend, who know the stadium staff on a first-name basis, who drink up the atmosphere and the summer heat and don’t mind the blinding glare of the late afternoon sun. People who memorize rosters, who rail against the team owners when their favorites are traded, who cry when the season ends in a crushing defeat.

Steve Rogers isn’t just a baseball fan; he’s a baseball fan. He’s at the games so much that when a spectacular play is made, he memorizes it, he holds it with him, he can probably tell you exactly where he was standing when it happened, what the air smelled like, how loud the crowd was, how Joey Alinski bought a round of drinks for everybody in their row because how could you not celebrate a play like that?

Steve Rogers is a baseball fan, and that should be talked about more.


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